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Five Burgers You Have to Try in Reno Tahoe

There is just something about a good burger that is extremely satisfying. Pairing it with a side of fries and washing it down with a cold brew is pure bliss. Hungry yet? Keep reading to see five burgers in Reno Tahoe you HAVE to try!


An iconic burger shack located in Midtown, Beefy’s is a place is a must during any visit to Reno Tahoe. Their beef comes from a local butcher shop, the milkshakes are handcrafted and they have over 30 craft beers on tap! Feeling adventurous? Try The Moo, The Cluck and The Oink – a burger topped with a chicken breast, pastrami, bacon, onion rings, cheese and more!

Lucky Beaver

A 24-hour bar and grill, Lucky Beaver is known for their gourmet steak burgers. Traveling with a vegetarian? No worries! Their Impossible Burger uses impossible meat that delivers all the flavors of meat but is made from plants instead. The burger is topped with avocado, onions, a choice of cheese and roasted red pepper aioli. Guaranteed to satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. However, for the serious burger lover, you have to try their Dry-Aged Steak Burger.

Juicy’s Giant Hamburgers

Juicy’s Giant Hamburgers first open their doors in the 1980s in South Lake Tahoe and opened their Reno location in 2000.  Customers love the way they put their burgers together with a bun perfectly proportioned to the fresh meat patty, a generous quantity of fresh veggies, and sauce that mixes with the meat to give it that mouthwatering flavor.

The Lil’ Nugget Diner

Known for their Awful Awful Burger, The Lil’ Nugget Diner is a true Reno staple that everyone needs to experience. The diner is located inside the Lil’ Nugget Casino right by the famous Reno arch. It’s open 24 hours, so you can consume your burger before a night on the town or after. The Awful Awful comes with a full pound of fries so come hungry!

Inclined Burgers and Brews

Burgers, beers and Lake Tahoe? Inclined Burgers and Brews is going to be your new favorite burger joint after a long day paddling on the lake or crushing the Flume Trail. The restaurant is located near the Incline Village movie theater and 7-Eleven right off Hwy 28. The burger menu is pretty streamlined, but combine it with their assortment of beer to refuel after a fun day in the mountains.

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