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DB Brasserie's The Frenchie By the Numbers

Plus a special burger just for the month of May.

The Frenchie at DB Brasserie
The Frenchie at DB Brasserie
Edison Graff

Daniel Boulud was the first big-name chef who dared to put a burger on his menu. Now DB Brasserie at the Venetian pays tribute to Boulud’s move with burgers such as The Frenchie. DB Brasserie opened nearly a year ago at the resort, and since, here’s a look at the numbers behind the ingredients on the burger.

In the past year, DB Brasserie has used:

  • 1,635 pounds of beef
  • 3,788 grilled buns
  • 1,184 pounds of French fries
  • 11,364 slices of pork belly
  • 113,640 leaves of arugula
  • and served 1,587 cold beers ordered alongside The Frenchie

On March 30, 4,996,415 viewers watched Boulud make the burger on live TV during a Good Morning America segment.

The fun doesn’t end there. All May, DB Brasserie celebrates its first year with "Le Grande" burger with an onion parmesan oregano bun, a slice of foie gras (terrine) on top of a 7-ounce beef patty topped with caramelized onion, tomato confit petals, truffle mayo, baby gem lettuce and served with French fries, of course.

DB Brasserie

3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-430-1235 Visit Website

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