Burger Bar - home of the $60 hamburger - a tasty Las Vegas casual restaurant choice
Burger Bar in Mandalay Bay mall offers every kind of beef and condiment combination you could ever imagine for a hamburger. And some you probably couldn’t. You may have never known there were this many different types of beef.
Is there a difference between corn-fed beef from Washington State or grain-fed beef from Wisconsin? At the Burger Bar, you’ll be confronted with that choice. And probably spend plenty of time at your table debating it. Only in Las Vegas.
If you want a great quality $14 hamburger and fries (remember, it’s Vegas), this is your place. If you’ve always been dying to drop $60 on a burger, this is also your place.
So what’s in a $60 hamburger? Kobe beef, foie gras, shaved truffles and some kind of brown gravy sauce. At least, that’s what the menu makes it sound like the sauce will look like.
Now, if you’re dropping three twenties on a burger, you need to be getting haircuts with Bill Clinton and shopping for shower curtains with Dennis Kozlowski.
But the regular everyman burgers are damn tasty at Burger Bar. Many swear by the lamb burger, which can be had for a scant $9 (that’s without fries but generously includes a bun). The lamb is raised in the mountains of Colorado by goat herders who believe in Zen and tissue meditation … Yes, the menu reads like J. Peterman’s catalog from Seinfeld.
Still, you can get lobster on your burger for only $24.
I’ll be back.
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