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Burger King - Executive Office- Store 91
1 stars (1 ratings)

(702) 798-4364

3620 West Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89103

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August 24, 2009 @ 4:19 AM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Las Vegas, NV
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 and Out there was no-one at the drive thru and there was only one car in the lot. I walked in and noticed a group of around 8 people in the corner occupying two tables not one among them had any "BK" items in front of them. Odd. I ordered my items and sat down to eat when I noticed one of the gentlemen outside doing an illegal transaction right in front of the establishment. Trying to shake it off, I continued with my meal, soon another man came into the restaurant holding an open alcoholic beverage in a ripped paper bag (the rip exposed the label, this is how I obtained this information). I saw a Burger King employee approach him and I assumed she was going to ask the man to discard the beverage while in the dining room, but to my shock she just engaged in what seemed to be a pleasant conversation. All this time the beverage sat on the counter between them. When the conversation concluded, the man moved over to a lone table, placed the beverage on the table in plain view, and was joined by another man. Even though I wasn't close to their table they were speaking loud enough to know they were discussing "prices," not long after that I noticed the men unrolling small packages of, something that seemed illicit because of the manner they were handling the product, right there on the dining room table. I finished my meal and left as soon as I could. While at this Burger King I only noticed four transactions and two were done in the dining room by people who weren't employees of this establishment. I know this is the kind of establishment that the Burger King corporation does not take pride in. If the owner has any sense of commerce I'm sure they will rectify this problem immediately.

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August 24, 2009 @ 4:19 AM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Las Vegas, NV
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 and Out there was no-one at the drive thru and there was only one car in the lot. I walked in and noticed a group of around 8 people in the corner occupying two tables not one among them had any "BK" items in front of them. Odd. I ordered my items and sat down to eat when I noticed one of the gentlemen outside doing an illegal transaction right in front of the establishment. Trying to shake it off, I continued with my meal, soon another man came into the restaurant holding an open alcoholic beverage in a ripped paper bag (the rip exposed the label, this is how I obtained this information). I saw a Burger King employee approach him and I assumed she was going to ask the man to discard the beverage while in the dining room, but to my shock she just engaged in what seemed to be a pleasant conversation. All this time the beverage sat on the counter between them. When the conversation concluded, the man moved over to a lone table, placed the beverage on the table in plain view, and was joined by another man. Even though I wasn't close to their table they were speaking loud enough to know they were discussing "prices," not long after that I noticed the men unrolling small packages of, something that seemed illicit because of the manner they were handling the product, right there on the dining room table. I finished my meal and left as soon as I could. While at this Burger King I only noticed four transactions and two were done in the dining room by people who weren't employees of this establishment. I know this is the kind of establishment that the Burger King corporation does not take pride in. If the owner has any sense of commerce I'm sure they will rectify this problem immediately.
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August 24, 2009 @ 4:19 AM
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Las Vegas, NV
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 and Out there was no-one at the drive thru and there was only one car in the lot. I walked in and noticed a group of around 8 people in the corner occupying two tables not one among them had any "BK" items in front of them. Odd. I ordered my items and sat down to eat when I noticed one of the gentlemen outside doing an illegal transaction right in front of the establishment. Trying to shake it off, I continued with my meal, soon another man came into the restaurant holding an open alcoholic beverage in a ripped paper bag (the rip exposed the label, this is how I obtained this information). I saw a Burger King employee approach him and I assumed she was going to ask the man to discard the beverage while in the dining room, but to my shock she just engaged in what seemed to be a pleasant conversation. All this time the beverage sat on the counter between them. When the conversation concluded, the man moved over to a lone table, placed the beverage on the table in plain view, and was joined by another man. Even though I wasn't close to their table they were speaking loud enough to know they were discussing "prices," not long after that I noticed the men unrolling small packages of, something that seemed illicit because of the manner they were handling the product, right there on the dining room table. I finished my meal and left as soon as I could. While at this Burger King I only noticed four transactions and two were done in the dining room by people who weren't employees of this establishment. I know this is the kind of establishment that the Burger King corporation does not take pride in. If the owner has any sense of commerce I'm sure they will rectify this problem immediately.