It’s a burger bar, but not like any burger bar I’ve been too. Full of tables, booths and lots of bar stools. Each booth has a little TV to watch, well, TV.
The service was great and they were super friendly. They lost my order about 5 minues after taking it. The waitress was in tears over it and they ended up not charging us anything for our food, despite getting our food out faster than most places do on a regular basis. Our waitress was super and her manager was equally great.
Their burgers are world class and their food, from what we had, is all really good. The number of burgers they have is nice and all very different. I don’t mean simple changing the toppings around, I mean quality variety. Different types of meat, different buns to choose from, and the Rossini looked amazing with foie gras and shaved truffles.
They have about 100 different bottles of beer and 24 taps. Their selection is nice, they have extremely rare and hard to find beers like Firestone Walker 12 and they have plenty of local offerings as well.
As far as the prices...it’s Vegas, but it’s also not overkill.
If you make a trip to Vegas, then you need to stop in. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed...I was thrilled with the place.
Excellent little spot in Vegas. Enjoyed Stone Imperial Russian Stout on tap and they otherwise had a great selection of beers (american micros and abroad). Brugers were very tasty and everyone in our group had a great time there - enough that we came back a couple nights later.
kmeves (100) Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin | May 6, 2008| Updated September 3, 2008
The beer menu must have gotten better since the others rated this place. Many great domestics (I had a Stone 11th Anniversary!), harder to find Belgians and nice beers from other countries. Burgers are out of this world! One knock I would give it is that it is expensive but really in line with the other places nearby.
After walking around Vegas all day the Burger Bar was a great place to stop and eat. Beer menu is a bit pricey, but extensive. The food is really good. The create-your-own burger option is awesome and their fries are very good.
I visited here this past week. I had to wait about 10 minutes or so for a table. Service was quick and they were very helpful. The menu gives several options for creating a burger. Was probably one of the best burgers I’ve had hands down. The last page of the menu listed their bottle selection. Easily over 100 bottles there and they had a separate limited beer list that had some pretty good beers as well. If it wasn’t 95 degrees outside and seemingly fairly hot inside I may have ordered the Firestone Walker Abucus or Parabola. I stuck to the IPA’s on tap. This place easily has the best beer list on the strip that I saw. In a mostly BMC driven area I was happy when I left here. Overall, good food and good beer.
One of the only places where I’ve seen a $60 burger, offered with fancy truffles by the French chef. For all that, you’d expect more. Burgers are great, but expected more from Burger King clone fries for the price. .
DuffMan (339) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | December 24, 2010
Went here a few times last month when we did the half-marathon and stayed at the Mandalay. Decent spread of taps with some local representation and a few imports. Bottle list has some hidden treasures, but be prepared to pay for them! Pricey for sure. Burgers are unbeleivable-- ground to order so I had a rare bison burger with blue cheese. Fuck yeah!