There’s a stylish little restaurant at the Mirage hotel and casino in Las Vegas that was still busy at midnight and references bacon in its name. BLT Burger is the chef’s interpretation of the classic American burger joint. From the looks of the menu, he took burger influences from all over the country and from several different eras.
The restaurant itself is presented very well and was full of what appeared to be happy customers. Their signature burger, the “BLT” is made with 7oz. of Angus beef, double smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato and BLT burger sauce. I applaud any chef who takes the time to double smoke his or her bacon. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the chance to eat at BLT burger on this trip, but I will be bringing my $13 with me the next time I’m in Vegas so I can try the BLT for myself.
For those of you with a sweet tooth, there’s even a special dessert bar, where you can order cakes, shakes, floats and ice cream to go.
Based on general aroma and a clean, stylish look, I give BLT Burger a preliminary Smaste™ rating of 30.0215. There’s also a BLT Burger in Manhattan.
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