Milkshakes one of many highlights at Burger Brasserie

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This past weekend my wife and I went out with our good friends Bryan and Renée as we headed to the Strip for dinner and a comedy show.

We went to Bally’s and decided to grab a bite to eat before the show. In the mood for a burger we decided to try the Burger Brasserie located in the walkway between Bally’s and Paris.

We started out with drinks and Bryan and Renee both went with the Captain and Crunch milkshake. After watching both of them enjoy their milkshakes immensely somehow my ice tea didn’t seem as refreshing.

It was a milkshake that consisted of ice cream, Captain Crunch and Captain Morgan Rum. I will be trying it the next time. You can have these milkshakes in the adult version with Captain Morgan rum or without. Bryan and Renee opted for the rum. 

After all, it was Saturday night on the Strip.

Another interesting milkshake combination was the Chocolate Nutella, which had ice cream, Nutella, salted caramel sauce and Frangelico liqueur.

The Peanut Butter and chocolate milkshake has me written all over it as it consists of vanilla ice cream, peanut butter, chocolate sauce, Reese’s peanut butter cups, peanut brittle and amaretto.

Now that’s the way to make a milkshake!

Next up it was time to order our dinner and Renee went with the Hot Dog Sliders, which were bacon wrapped Hot Dogs on mini Long Island buns, with spicy mustard and bacon cheddar crispy onions.

Bryan went with the build your own burger where you pick your bun, then pick a meat from beef, chicken, lamb or kobe, pick a cheese, along with two toppings and one spread. Bryan’s masterpiece consisted of Velveeta cheese, egg and bacon on a wheat bun.

My wife went with the classic Cheese Burger served with Velveeta cheese while I went with the American burger, which consisted of American cheese, onion rings and mushrooms. I ordered my burger done medium and it came out just the right temperature and was quite tasty.

Bryan and Renee had the waffle fries and said they were good. I went with the gravy fries, which had cheddar cheese, scallions and a short rib gravy. The short rib gravy made this dish as the gravy actually had pieces of the slow cooked short ribs in it. This was my favorite part of the meal.

If you are having an exceptionally good night at the tables or machines and you want a high roller burger, check out the 777 Burger for a mere $777. I didn’t forget the decimal point.

It’s Seven Hundred and Seventy Seven dollars! So what does $777 get you? A Kobe Beef Burger topped with pancetta, goat cheese, seared foie gras, argula and Maine lobster, paired with a BLT Salad and a bottle of Dom Perignon Rose Champagne. I really was tempted to order it just to give Bryan a heart attack as he was buying since he lost a bet with me.

We had a good time at the Burger Brasserie and enjoyed our meal. The waitress was very friendly and attentive. So if you are at Bally’s or Paris to catch a show and want to grab a quick bite to eat before or after I recommend a burger at the Brasserie.

I give Burger Brasserie 3.50 forks.

Marco D’Angelo is a Race Horse Owner & Breeder, Professional Sports Handicapper & Bettor. You can find Marco at WagerTalk.com and by following him on twitter: @MarcoInVegas @MarcoInVegas. You can contact him at [email protected].

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