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FACTS

Burger Brasserie

cuisine

American

avg entree price

$14

price level

$

attire

Casual

contact

(702) 946-4346

hours

Daily 11am-12am

WHAT'S NEARBY

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musical

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Menu

Burger Brasserie offers a French interpretation of a classic American staple—the hamburger—in a lively sports bar environment. The restaurant is super convenient to both Bally’s and Paris because it’s located on the promenade connecting the two Las Vegas hotels. The casual menu offers creative, gourmet burger combinations using patties made of chicken, lamb and classic beef in addition to a veggie option. A mammoth 15x15 television and 13 additional plasmas broadcast the latest college and professional games.

Looking for a Vegas splurge? One of the world’s most lauded burger orders is found here: the much-talked about $777 Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger. This rich combination is highlighted by caramelized onions, imported Brie, prosciutto and 100-year aged balsamic vinegar. The meal is fit for royalty and is served with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne.

What to Eat at This Las Vegas Burger Destination:

  • Kobe burger with caramelized onions and waffle fries
  • Peanut butter milkshake
  • Lamb burger

Expert Tips

  • More than 15 beers on tap
  • Two kinds of French fries and custom flavored milkshakes
  • Premium Kobe beef upgrade and numerous add-on toppings
  • Easy, convenient access to both Paris and Bally’s resorts
  • Plenty of vegetarian options

WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT

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Reviews

"'French-influenced American classic' might best describe the cuisine turned out in [Burger Brasserie’s] busy kitchen. There’s a cozy, comfortable sitting area and massive bar at the entrance, and the glassed-in wine closet complements the rich,
dark wood of the 200-seat dining room." -Gayot