Serving up some of the most original, tempting and succulent variations of beef and buns on the market (watch your back, Chippendales), Las Vegas is the king of burgers ... which is not to be confused with Burger King. If you’re looking for the tastiest burgers on the Las Vegas Strip, we can help you find the hottest spot.
Warning: It’s about the get real all over your taste buds.
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen is home to the award-winning Bacon Mac-N-Cheese Burger. With 22 ingredients, this towering concoction from local Vegas boy turned Food Network star is like a Vegas buffet between two buns. LINQ Hotel and Casino.
Gordon Ramsay BurGR
What Gordon Ramsay BurGR lacks in vowels, it makes up for in taste. Speaking of a lack of vowels: Mmmmmmmmmmm. Among the mixture of gourmet burgers and classics, the duck, bacon, egg, and sharp cheddar Farm Burger is especially GReat. Planet Hollywood.
Holsteins Shakes and Buns
When it comes to eating at Holsteins Shakes and Buns, don’t just have a cow. Have an award-winning cow, The Gold Standard, a burger made up of aged beef, smoked bacon, goat cheddar, tomato confit and garlic-chive aioli.Cosmopolitan.
I Love Burgers
Are you in the mood to be wooed by something thick-cut and greasy? All you need is “Love.” One bite of the Ultimate Cheeseburger at I Love Burgers will make you fall deeply under their spell. Palazzo and Town Square.
This is a must-stop visit for all our veggie or vegan peeps. But Unami Burger doesn’t discriminate. Carnivores are welcome too. The un-beef section of the menu has delicious patties made of everything from ahi tuna to lentils. If you eat meat, the Manly Burger will satisfy your carnivorous desires.SLS Las Vegas
KGB: Kerry’s Gourmet Burgers
Don’t worry, KGB has nothing to do with the secret police … although the Southwest Burger might be criminally good (insert rimshot here). Celebrity chef Kerry Simon’s eclectic mix of burgers include fancy toppings like crème fraiche and avocado crème. The burgers that aren’t topped with accent marks are pretty darn good too. Harrah’s Las Vegas.
Le Burger Brasserie
Le Burger Brasserie is “le bomb” with chicken, lamb, beef and veggie options. Then there’s the Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster burger. At a lucky $777 a pop, it includes foie gras, arugala, lobster, and 100-year aged balsamic and a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne. For that price, it better come with free crystal flutes, too. Paris Las Vegas.
Tourists rave about everything at Public House from the short ribs to the herb-seasoned fries. But for burger’s sake, you have to try the grass-fed beef Pub burger. Two words: Guinness aioli. Let’s do this! Venetian and Luxor.
A burger walked into a bar … and the rest was history. Hubert Keller’s Burger Bar caters to the discerning foodie. Give the Top Chef’s self-named burger a go, with juicy, unique buffalo meat and an off-the-charts red wine and shallots sauce. Shoppes at Mandalay Place .
Stripburger has prime cuts of beef and prime real estate on the Las Vegas Strip. Your surroundings are unmistakeably Vegas, but the menu takes you on vacation. Head south of the border with the Mexican Burger or do a little East Coast swag with the Philly Cheese Cheeseburger. Only in Vegas! In front of the Fashion Show Mall.
Grabbing some street food in Las Vegas doesn’t mean finding a half-eaten sandwich in a garbage can. Case in point: The Slidin’ Thru food truck. It’s a popular street food destination with gourmet hamburgers ranging from the cheese and ketchup-topped Plain Jane to the veggie Caprese with grilled eggplant, roma tomato, basil, fresh mozerella and balsamic reduction. Various locations (that’s just how they roll).
With Japanese-inspired burgers, a world of unusual sauces and over-easy eggs on top, the former food truck Fukuburger is so good it now has a permanent location. Fukuburger knows just how you like it. Inside F.A.M.E. at The LINQ Promenade.