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Top Spots For Burgers And Hot Dogs This Summer In Vegas

Last updated: July 2, 2019 at 6:58 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Top Spots For Burgers And Hot Dogs This Summer In Vegas.

It’s summer and when it comes to dining, grilling hot dogs and hamburgers is always a popular choice.

If you’re on vacation, you probably aren’t packing your grill with you, so we’ve come up with a list of the best burgers and hot dogs on the Las Vegas Strip – and you don’t even have to slave over a hot, open flame. Just sit back, relax and enjoy while someone else does the work for you.

The Gold Standard at Haute Doggery at LINQ Promenade in Vegas

The Gold Standard at Haute Doggery. Photo courtesy of Haute Doggery.

Haute Doggery

If you like your hot dogs with a little gourmet flair, head to Haute Doggery at The LINQ Promenade. You can find your classic hot dogs, but you’ll also find some interesting twists on the traditional favorite.

The Gold Standard features smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula and garlic-chive aioli and the Billionaire Dog comes complete with a Kobe beef frank, foie gras torchon, port onion marmalade and truffle mayo.

The 10 Millionth Subscriber Burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger.

The 10 Millionth Subscriber Burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Gordon Ramsay Burger

If famed chef Gordon Ramsay is the name behind your burger, you know if has to be good.

In celebration of hitting a whopping 10 million YouTube subscribers, Ramsay has whipped up a special 10 Millionth Subscriber Burger. It’s available at Gordon Ramsay Burger in Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino   but only until the end of July, so eat it while you can.

The burger is a mix of chuck and brisket with butter grated into the patty. It’s topped with cheese, bacon and an egg grilled within a mushroom. The burger is dressed with sriracha mayo, arugula and tomato.

Bonus: They also have hot dogs at Gordon Ramsay Burger. Get the Straight Up Dawg with yellow mustard, ketchup, pickle and white onion or the Hog Dawg with bacon, cheese sauce, barbecued pulled pork, cabbage slaw, pickles and crispy onion strings.

Cafe Americano Smokehouse Burger in Vegas

The Cafe Americano Smokehouse Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Americano

This casual American eatery is open 24 hours inside Caesars Palace so you can get a delicious burger any time you want. They’re made with a blend of short rib and brisket and served on a butter toasted bun.

Try The Smokehouse with barbecue sauce, pulled bacon, aged white cheddar and crispy onion strings, If you partied a little too hard in Vegas, go for the Hangover Burger with braised pork belly, sunny-side up egg, chipotle aioli, crispy jalapenos and green leaf lettuce.

Oktoberfest Shock Top Bratwurst at Beer Park Las Vegas

The Shock Top brat at BEER PARK. Photo by Chris Wessling, courtesy of BEER PARK.

BEER PARK

Nothing goes better with a beer than a hot dog. At BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas, you can enjoy their signature Bavarian-style sausages.

The Mexican-style dog is wrapped in bacon with jalapeno, onion and mayo. Beer lovers can also try the Shock Top bratwurst, which features Shock Top caramelized onions, sauerkraut and spicy grain mustard.

Toby Keith Blue Blackened Burger at Harrah's Las Vegas

The Black & Blue burger at Toby Keith’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

This restaurant at Harrah’s Las Vegas combines country music and classic American food, so you know there are burgers on the menu.

Our favorite is the Bronco with smoked brisket, cheddar cheese, bacon, tomato, lettuce, onion straws and barbecue sauce on a classic bun.

Other options include the Black & Bluea blackened patty, lettuce, tomato, caramelized onion and blue cheese sauce on a classic bun. If you like spice, go for the jalapeno cheddar burger with diced jalapenos and jalapeno poppers on a jalapeno bun.

In-N-Out Burger at The LINQ Promenade in Vegas.

In-N-Out Burger at The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

In-N-Out Burger

This West Coast favorite hamburger chain offers 100 percent fresh beef burgers and fresh fries. If you’ve never tried one, head to The LINQ Promenade and find out what all the hype is about.

You can get a classic hamburger or cheeseburger or make it a Double Double with two patties, American cheese, freshly sliced or grilled onion, lettuce, tomato and In-N-Out’s famous sauce.

Triple Decker burger at Wahlburgers in Vegas.

Triple decker burger from Wahlburgers. Photo by Kristine McKenzie, courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Wahlburgers

If you’ve ever gotten hungry watching A&E’s reality show “Wahlburgers,” you can try the real thing at the Grand Bazaar Shops at Bally’s Las Vegas. Executive Chef Paul Wahlberg and brothers Mark and Donnie serve fresh burgers like The Our Burger, a third pound burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, Paul’s signature Wahl Sauce and house-made pickles.

They also serve specialty burgers like the Thanksgiving turkey burger with stuffing, roasted butternut squash and orange-cranberry sauce.

Vegetarians and vegans can get their burger fix here too. The Impossible Burger is a plant-based burger with smoked cheddar, lettuce, caramelized onions, housemade chili spiced tomatoes and Paul’s Wahl Sauce.

Guy Fieri's Bacon Mac N Cheese Burger in Vegas

Guy Fieri’s Bacon Mac N Cheese Burger. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar

Everyone knows Guy Fieri likes to do things a little over the top and that includes his burgers at The LINQ Hotel + Experience. Guy’s Big Bite Burgers are made with 100 percent USDA Choice ground beef and cooked to perfection.

Don’t miss the award-winning Bacon Mac ‘N’ Cheese Burger with crispy applewood bacon, six-cheese mac ‘n’ cheese, onion straws, more cheese and Guy’s Donkey Sauce on a garlic-buttered brioche bun.

If you prefer a turkey burger, there’s the Tatted Up Turkey Burger with poblanos, pepper jack cheese, gouda, ancho bacon, sweet pepper red onion jam, lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion and Donkey Sauce on garlic buttered pretzel bun.

The Barbary Dogs from eatwell in Vegas.

The Barbary Dogs from eatwell. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Barbary Dogs at eatwell

Want a hot dog fix and don’t have a lot of cash? Head over to eatwell restaurant at The Cromwell and grab their signature chili cheese Barbary dogs topped with shredded cheddar and smoked chili. You get three, plus a 16-ounce drink for just $5.

Dirt Dog at Bally's Grand Bazaar Shops.

Dirt Dog at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops. Photo by Jennifer Whitehair / Total Vegas Blog.

Dirt Dog

This famous California hot dog stand at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops serves premium all-beef hot dogs with an array of delicious toppings.

The House Dog features onions and bell peppers, Thousand Island sauce and green chili spread and is topped with ketchup, mustard, mayo and bacon bits.

Another tasty option is the Green Dog with onions and peppers cooked in chimichurri sauce with guacamole spread and topped with cilantro, bacon bits and a slice of lime.

If you have been to any of these restaurants and had a great experience, share this list with your friends.  It’s never a bad thing to bring your friends with you to the best hamburger restaurant or best hot dog restaurant in Las Vegas.

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About The Author

Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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