United States Nevada Las Vegas Las Vegas Guide Things To Do Essentials Restaurants Nightlife Where to Stay Itineraries Events Getaways All Las Vegas Experience In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas Written by Zeke Quezada Instagram Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Zeke Quezada is a travel writer specializing in Las Vegas and the author of "Restaurants in Las Vegas: The Best for Less." Tripsavvy's Editorial Guidelines Zeke Quezada Updated 04/01/19 Share Pin Email Zeke Quezada Can we ever get enough good, cheap, hamburgers that will compete with In-N-Out Burgers? That would seem like a statement out of most people that are very familiar with the Southern California burger chain that has now expanded to various locations in the west. Las Vegas is home to an In-N-Out burger but it also has Smash Burger, Shake Shack, Five Guys, Umami Burger, and White Castle. You can be sure that In-N-Out loyalist will never tell you that some of these other burger joints are good but if you want to do your very own taste test, Las Vegas is a great spot for your burger research. As for In-N-Out Burger, the burger pictured above is the 4-by-4 and it is exactly what you would expect, a lot of meat with just enough cheese and a soft bun. You can get the extras on it but a plain burger is at good as it gets. They don't do chicken sandwiches or hot dogs or salads so if you need a good, cheap burger that is no-nonsense, In-N-Out is a really good bet in Las Vegas. What it’s like at In–N–Out Burger Las Vegas? A simple burger place with extraordinary burgers for a very low price. The walls are white, the employees wear white and the place is a clean version of a fast food burger joint. The only difference is the never-ending crowds of people who have to have a burger with grilled onions and fresh cut fries. How’s the food at In–N–Out Burger Las Vegas? While on a road trip in the Southwestern United States the one constant remark I heard about Las Vegas was the need to stop at In-N-Out Burger. Each state I stopped in I heard the same thing, “you have to have an In-N-Out burger.” I wanted to explain that I grew up on the onions and fries and the burgers that demand you become addicted at In-N-Out but I refrained. So, I’ll say it, this might be the best burger in Las Vegas. Need I say more? The In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas that is closest to the Las Vegas strip is just across I-15 on Tropicana. You could actually walk there from the strip or take a cab. Either way, you will be very pleased with In-N-Out Burger in Las Vegas and you will start telling everyone you know about it. Why is In-N-Out Burger so good? After a recent introduction to Whataburger in the state of Texas, I realized why there is this love affair with In-N-Out burger. First, the burgers at Whataburger are great and they make most fast food burgers look like the stuff that your junior high school cafeteria was serving. What makes In-N-Out burgers so different is that they have a distinct taste. They do not taste like a charbroiled burger from your neighborhood burger shack. They taste like a completely different product. I think it is the combination of sauce and onions and a lot of salt, but that difference is why people go crazy. Even though I grew up on these I still choose Five Guys and Shake Shack over them but you need to make your decision on this burger dilemma. Have at it! Las Vegas might be the burger capital of the United States. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Where to Find the Best Burger in Las Vegas Where Will You Eat at Cosmopolitan Resort Las Vegas A Complete Guide to the Fremont Street Experience Where to Find Cheap Dining Options in Las Vegas 35 Best Restaurants for Cheap Food in Las Vegas The 14 Best Restaurants in Chinatown, Las Vegas What Is Cheap, Free And Affordable In Las Vegas Seeking Out The Secrets In Las Vegas Restaurants 14 Places For Cheap Food for Under $20 in Las Vegas The Top 15 Family-Friendly Restaurants in Las Vegas The Best Tacos On The Las Vegas Strip Top 8 Pizza Joints on the Las Vegas Strip Discover the Secret Pizza Spot in a Las Vegas Hotel 5 Gordon Ramsay Restaurants in Las Vegas The Top Breakfast Joints in Las Vegas Looking for the Best Tacos on the Las Vegas Strip?