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Grind Burger Bar & Lounge

My husband and I were in search of somewhere to eat lunch nearby McCarran Airport.  That was when we stumbled upon Grind Burger Bar & Lounge next to BlueGreen Club 36.  Upon looking at their menu, we saw that any hamburger could be customized to one's own liking.  We had to pencil in the bubble next to the item that we wanted:


Juicy Lucy

Adult milkshakes- I'll try them next time!

I decided to get the Premium Chicken Breast burger with lettuce, tomato, raw onion, and Roasted Garlic Mayonaise.  Four toppings are included with the burger of your choice, any additional topping is 75 cents each such as pickles, grilled mushrooms, and Buffalo Style Hot Sauce.  There's also premium toppings for $1.50 such as Nueske Bacon and Ajvar.  My husband and I shared the Tall & Thin Fries - my weakness!


If you're looking to eat a top quality burger, I recommend eating here!  I hope you'll enjoy this place as much as I did.

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