Sin City Burger, Smashburger

These burgers are made from never-frozen meat, “smashed” on a griddle with a weight so that the patty gets a nice char around the edges. They’re available as either third- or half-pounders. The chain restaurant names a specialty burger in honor of its location, so the Sin City variety sports bacon, cheese and a fried egg. And it’s every bit as indulgent as its namesake.

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