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It’s a burger, right? Sure, some are better than others but how do you justifying charging $10-20 for it. Well, once you taste it, you’ll understand why. Apparently there really is such a thing as a gourmet burger and Broadway Burger is a good example of one.
You wouldn’t expect much from a restaurant with a name that fits the theme of the hotel/casino it resides in but you would be wrong to overlook this experience. Broadway Burger showcases the concept that the whole is more than the sum of it’s parts because, while each element is well taken care of, the combination is something special.
While the concept isn’t new the simplicity of their build a burger is something to be enjoyed, appearing to be inspired by the Chipotle concept, if only in menu layout. Pick your protein, cheese, veggies, meats and even fry styles. I know your listening to this and thinking, lots of people do this, it isn’t anything new. Let me assure you, Broadway Burger doesn’t do burgers like everyone else does.
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In a city known for excess, the idea of a restaurant who’s entire concept is gigantic portions of food seems like a no brainer. Hash House A Go Go has made that their thing and they’ve been so successful at it that they’ve got a location on the strip at LINQ, Off Strip at Rio, Downtown at Plaza, a Reno spot and 2 for the Vegas locals. However you might be surprised to know, Hash House didn’t start in Vegas, it stated in San Diego California. Now they have locations in Illinois, Connecticut, Florida and Texas as well as the aforementioned.
Twisted Farm Food is how they describe their food. A Bacon, Bacon, Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato sandwich, waffles with either bacon or sausage inside and a one pound burger are just a few examples of the delicious excess that can be ordered at Hash House A Go Go. But do huge portions of familiar favorites equal a quality food experience? Let's discuss.
The Four Queens isn't exactly where you would think of when you think of an evening of fine dining on Fremont St. Never heard of Hugo's Cellar? Don’t be surprised. It’s literally in the basement of the property. It’s probably the best place to eat at 4 Queens but the fact that I had to use the word says something but that isn’t saying much in a place with only 3 places to eat and one is a coffee shop.
It’s described as one of those places that capture the “old school ambiance” of high end dining in Vegas. Each woman receives a rose, the sommelier visits each table to help find the perfect wine to pair with your meal and even the salad is prepared table side, a la cart. Charm, wit and customer service served in small portions are all apart of the dining experience at Hugo’s Cellar. In a word, romantic.
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