The burgers were pretty good and meaty. Battered onion rings would be much better than the funky breaded ones we got. The fries were great. I wasn't a fan of the condiment bar, just put what I order on the burger and let me go. I don't want a cold burger because I have to fumble through a condiment bar. Trying to order was very slow, the order taker was chatting it up with the customer ahead of me instead of getting down to business and being efficient. It took a long time to get the food, and it wasn't busy. The pizza looked disgusting, thin and greasy, so I'd never order it here. If they really worked to get their act together, this little burger outlet could be a gold mine, not just for the casino, but for Laughlin. Having been in the food/beverage business for over 30 years myself, if I were rich I'd buy this place and make a go of it!
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