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Las Vegas burger Restaurant Reviews

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Burger King - Executive Office- Store 91

 1 star(s)  (08/24/2009)
“These comments are a direct response to my dining experience at the 3620 West Tropicana Burger King establishment. My original choice was to go to In and Out burger, but the parking lot was too full and the drive thru had at least 13 cars waiting, so I went to Burger King down the road. Unlike In an... ”

Fatburger

 4 star(s)  (09/01/2008)
“Much fresher and a better value than the chain burger restaurants.”

Diego's Tacos

 5 star(s)  (06/17/2008)
“For being one of those shops inside a convenience store, they know what a true Mexican taco is. Even though it is 2 dollars a taco with gas prices being so high it is better than going to north town to get a real taco.”