Le Burger Brasserie
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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3655 Las Vegas Monorail Las Vegas, NV 89109
3655 Las Vegas MonorailUSNVLas Vegas89109
$$Restaurant, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Sports Bar
Hamburger Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
This casual French-American restaurant features some of the most unique burgers using gourmet ingredients like wild arugula, crispy pancetta, and creamy brie.
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Creative burgers, specialty cocktails, beers & plasma TVs at this sports bar with a French twist.- Google
People talk about caramelized onions, the cobb salad, milk shake, le classique and bally's
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Erin Walter
reviewed 3 weeks ago
My favorite place to eat in Vegas! And this time, unlike a few other restaurants, the third time did NOT disappoint. I just LOVE the burgers - they seem to melt in your mouth. And can we talk about all the different options you have for the bun? SO CREATIVE. As always, the burger, onion rings and milk shake were all incredible. Not one bite left by the end of it. It's a bit pricey for a burger fries and shake, but so totally worth it. I'll see you next year Burger Brasserie!
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Mike Hernalsteen
reviewed 5 months ago
Easily the best burger in Vegas. If you're looking for a hangover buster, which you likely are 'cause you are in Vegas, eat here. Order a side of fries and enjoy yourself. If you order anything but a burger you are doing it wrong.
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Joe Carew
reviewed 2 years ago
Just ok because of lax service. I had a medium lamb burger with feta and olives. It was a highlight. Bad sweet potato fries. My wife had a burger with brie, onions and bacon with a side of onion rings. She thought it was good but it "disagreed" with her stomach about 10 minutes later.
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Sergei Sidorko
reviewed a week ago
I don't know what people are talking about....this place is SO overrated and "bleh" can charge $15 for a burger but in my opinion it had better be a mind blowing burger, this wasn't, at all...and for $15 you don't get fries, those come for an extra $7...which might be ok for a fine dining experience, but this wasn't. At all, not even close. When we got there the host told us there is a 30 minute wait, we waited 45, when we got in there was plenty space at the bar and most of the tables were empty. We didn't see anyone leaving the restaurant while we were waiting either. Our waiter, "Christopher" took forever to get to us, my wife had asked him to bring the menus back after our meal because we might want to get desert, but the he just handed us our check as soon as he saw that we were done with our food, which was about 15 minutes ago.
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andrew burdo
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Food was average and WAY Overpriced and small portions. No fries with the burger. Fries are $7 extra. They charged me $2 extra just for a piece of lettuce on my burger. I left hungry and not satisfied. I would never go back.
James Kerr
reviewed a year ago
for the price, i had expected more. it's mostly just a highbrow sports bar. the fries tasted like they had been frozen(!). burger was so-so. not really worth it.