In this edition of "Grilled", we're talking burgers with Mark Estee of Burger Me! (Reno, Nevada and Truckee, CA).
'Nevada' on Serious Eats
Vegas is a big burger town, but with the average price of a burger and fries hovering around $18 at most restaurants on the strip, it's not the place to roll the dice. To help steer you towards some of the city's best burgers, we turned to Anthony Meidenbauer, Executive Chef at Holsteins.
Executive chef Anthony Meidenbauer shows how Holsteins' signature burger—the Gold Standard— comes together, from the (brioche) bun up.
You know that irritating catchphrase, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas?" They're wrong. Disappointment definitely comes home with you.
Today, Shake Shack announced they'll be opening in Las Vegas at the end of 2014. We'll finally be able to do a real side-by-side In-N-Out vs. Five Guys vs. Shake Shack taste test.
Las Vegas may be a town for gambling, but when it comes time for lunch or dinner, you want to go with a sure thing. Luckily, there are several tasty burgers to be had, all of which are reasonably affordable, even by Vegas standards. Here are my top burger picks on the Strip.
Anybody who's been halfway around the block is aware of In-N-Out's secret menu, which allows you a few custom options other than the regular hamburger, cheeseburger, fries, shakes, and Double-Double that appear on their printed menus. But the options don't stop there. Here's a rundown of everything you can get at In-N-Out, secret menu and beyond.
[Photograph: Bukowsky18 on Flickr] I'm making a quick trip to Las Vegas next weekend, and was searching AHT for some burger reviews and suggestions. Aside from the reader tip promoting the Awful Awful Burger (fantastic, by the way) in...
Clicking in to the AHT inbox recently, we've got this bit of juicy intel. Eat up! I notice you have no hamburger source in Nevada....until now. In the back of one of Reno's more funky casinos, The Nugget, is a...