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Celebrity chef Bobby Flay’s new fast-casual burger joint Bobby’s Burgers—not to be confused with the more high-end Bobby’s Burger Palace—will open at Paris Las Vegas early next year, according to recent coverage in Eater Las Vegas.
The news comes not long after word broke of a Bobby’s Burgers slated for Harrah’s, opening this December.
The restaurant, with locations already open at Yankee Stadium in New York and at Caesars Palace, offers a menu of Angus Beef burgers, sandwiches, and shakes. The Crunchburger is an Angus beef burger topped with American cheese, Bobby’s sauce, and the source of the crunch: potato chips. (It’s also available with bacon.) The Bobby Blue Bacon Burger may forgo the crunch, but it includes bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a Blue Cheese Sauce. The BBQ Smokehouse Burger comes with bacon, crispy onion, Chipotle BBQ sauce and American cheese.
Other between-bread choices include the Fried Chicken Sandwich with Ahi Amarillo Mayo, slaw, and pickles, and Bobby’s Veggie Burger: American cheese, BBQ mushrooms, chickpeas, quinoa, lettuce, tomato, and Bobby’s Sauce. Sides like fries, cheese fries, bacon + cheese fries, and onion rings are also available.
For a bit of complementary sweetness, guests can choose a milkshake from flavors like Dark Chocolate, Cookies & Cream, Strawberry, and Pistachio.
Bobby’s Burgers is expected to open at Paris early next year, near the upcoming Nobu location.
What Now Las Vegas reached out to Bobby’s Burgers Managing Partner Laurence Kretchmer and Chief Operating Officer Josh Lorence on Tuesday. Kretchmer and Lorence were unavailable for comment.