The Barrymore enters the Las Vegas secret menu stakes with a super limited and decadent entry. Their 10-ounce Secret Burger is only available 12 times a day and only by request with a price tag to match its elite status.
The basic elements of the secret recipe combine a house-ground, dry-aged rib eye and prime chuck formula, pushed to the next level with chunks of whole butter and foie gras torchon. Chopped black truffle is added to the mix. Cooked medium rare, it is topped with Sottochenere truffle cheese. A side of Bordelaise sauce accompanies the burger.
Las Vegas bakery Bon Breads delivers the specially chosen brioche buns daily. But only 12 of them. While the burger is available inside the restaurant or at the bar, once the buns are gone, the burger is done for the day.
Entry to this tier of exclusivity costs $35 and includes hand cut Kennebec French fries and local bragging rights.
The Barrymore's dozen daily servings makes it one of the rarest burgers as measured by Eater National's 2013 roster of America's 12 Most Elusive Burgers.
The Barrymore recently celebrated a year and a half residency at The Royal Resort. Owners Block 16 Hospitality also operate Holsteins Shakes and Buns at The Cosmopolitan, which offers a $28 Billionaire Burger made with Kobe beef and foie gras on their standard dinner menu.
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