Las Vegas’s Top Burger Places

When it comes to burgers, Las Vegas has you covered. As with many of the great restaurants in this city, you’ll find your options are often over-the-top, featuring uniquely flavorful patties, creative toppings, and massive portions. From burgers sprinkled with gold dust to those piled high with Japanese-inspired ingredients, there’s a little of everything in this town. These top picks are all must-try destinations if you know how to appreciate a good burger.

Slater’s 50/50

Juicy Las Vegas burger cut in half

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467 E Silverado Ranch Blvd, Las Vegas

At Slater’s 50/50, you can sink your teeth into a mouthwatering burger that’s 50% beef and 50% bacon, hence the restaurant’s name. The burgers here are monstrous masterpieces, so you should come prepared with a hearty appetite. The Original comes with pepper jack cheese, avocado, chipotle mayo, and a sunny-side-up egg. If this seems like a lot of toppings, just wait until you browse the rest of the menu.

The Bacon Chili Crunch features Slater’s own bacon chili, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and a layer of crunchy potato chips. The Hi-Brow Burger comes topped with melted Swiss, blue cheese, caramelized onions, baby arugula, and a slathering of sauces, including bacon-jalapeno jam, roasted garlic aioli, and horseradish. The Farmhouse Party burger could easily serve a party with three full patties, including the 50/50 patty, an Angus beef patty, and a fried chicken patty. Atop this trio, you’ll find pepper jack cheese, American cheese, Nashville slaw, pickled red onions, sauteed mushrooms, and ranch.

The 24K burger was featured in Forbes for its opulent addition of 24-Karat gold, which dusts the bun and the thick-cut bacon. This burger also comes with a 1/2-pound Wagyu beef patty, truffle cheese, roasted garlic aioli, arugula, and jalapeno-bacon jam. Meanwhile, the Five Alarm Burger comes with a waiver, due to its intense heat that comes from a patty dusted in ghost chile powder, ghost chile jack cheese, grilled jalapenos, and habanero bacon. These are only a few of the highlights on the menu. If you’re looking for an unforgettable meal, you won’t leave disappointed.


3429 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas | 7365 Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas

FukuBurger puts a Japanese twist on the classic hamburger, offering something refreshingly different. What started as a food truck is now a local sensation with two locations. The signature FukuBurger features an all-beef Fukupatty, American cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce, Fuku sauce, and wasabi mayo. The Tamago is among the most popular burgers on the menu, regularly praised for its distinctive combination of ingredients, which includes a runny fried egg, crispy onion strings, furikake, teriyaki sauce, and wasabi mayo on the all-beef Fukupatty.

Other intriguing flavor combinations include the Karai burger, topped with pickled cucumbers, avocado cream, and habanero kabayaki, or the Kinoko with grilled shiitake mushrooms, pickled red ginger, teriyaki sauce, and wasabi mayo. When you want something notably different from the classic American burger, this is the place to go.

Bar Code Burgers

1590 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas

For thoughtfully handcrafted burgers, order a sandwich from Bar Code Burgers. The signature Bar Code comes with bacon aioli, beer onion jam, arugula, blue cheese butter, pickled bell pepper, and pickled onions. For something simple and familiar, order the Americana with onion, lettuce, tomato, pickle, ketchup, mustard, and American cheese.

Those who like it hot have several options. The Shroomin’ Down Flamingo comes topped with horseradish, Swiss, arugula, bacon, red onion, and sauteed Jack Daniel’s whiskey mushrooms. The Kwit-Cow-Ski has habanero jack, code sauce, white cheddar, crispy onion rings, stacked fries, and an egg over easy on the burger. On the Green Chili, you’ll enjoy pickled jalapeno, habanero jack, chipotle mayo, poblano pepper, crispy onions, and avocado. These are just some of the intriguing options you can try.

CaliBombs & Burgers

2300 E Lake Mead Blvd, North Las Vegas

CaliBombs & Burgers keeps the menu simple, making it nearly impossible to order the wrong thing. The burgers here are made from 100% certified Angus beef and grilled fresh. Served on a soft, plump Brioche bun, they offer a touch of sweetness that’s well-balanced by the savory toppings.

The Cali burger comes with lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, cheese, and Cali Spread. The Cali Cali features the same with double the burger patties and double the cheese. If you like it hot, order the Cali Mex, featuring two burger patties, two slices of cheese, guacamole, lettuce, tomato, grilled onions, pickles, and a spicy habanero Cali Spread.

The fried onion Bombs are a must-try as well. The CaliBomb onion blossom comes drizzled with the signature Cali Spread. The StreetBomb offers a powerful kick with mayo, nacho cheese, shredded cheese, and cotija in the middle and a crunchy topping of crushed Flaming Hot Cheetos and pork rinds on top. The LoadedBomb offers a little Mexican flair with carne asada, sour cream, guacamole, and shredded cheese.

Sammy’s L.A. Pastrami & Burgers

2191 E Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas

The Weekly described Sammy’s as “a glutton’s paradise,” and the massive sandwiches here certainly live up to that descriptor. This hole-in-the-wall joint serves massive burgers like the Big Ass Bacon Cheeseburger, featuring two Angus beef patties, 1/3-pound cheddar cheese, and 12 strips of bacon. The Animal Burger is as wild as it sounds with two Angus patties, grilled bacon, grilled onions, onion rings, jalapenos, aged cheddar, and a zesty sauce.

If you can’t choose between the restaurant’s burgers and its pastrami, get both in the form of The Pastrami Burger, featuring a quarter-pound Angus burger and half a pound of pastrami as well as provolone, mustard, and pickle. If that’s not enough, order the Fully Loaded Pastrami Burger with a fried egg. You won’t leave hungry from this destination.

Are your personal favorites included on this list? Have you tried some of the monumental burgers mentioned here? Contact our team at De Castroverde Personal Injury & Accident Lawyer and let us know. We always enjoy having great recommendations to pass along to our clients when they’re looking for a bite to eat as they leave the office.