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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!

Burger Me

Burger Me is locally owned and operated with locations in South Reno, Northwest Reno and Truckee. They use all-natural products and whenever possible buy their ingredients from right here in our local community. Expand your palate and order a Lamb, Ahi or Nevada Elk burger.  Trust us, your taste buds will thank you!


For 43 years and counting, the Scoopers fam has been cooking up classic burgers and milkshakes. If you’re feeling a little crazy, switch it up with a pastrami burger or a Hawaiian burger. And, of course, you have to pair it with one of over 50, yes 50, milkshake flavors. Scoopers has two locations, a classic drive-in in Sparks, and a sit-down in Reno.


Located right next to the University of Nevada, Reno, reconnect with your college days at Archie’s. Home to the giant hamburger and voted Nevada’s Best Burger, these burgers are sure to impress. Be sure to try the famous Wolf Pack burger, loaded with two 1/2 pound patties, four slices of cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions. Get it during happy hour, 4-6p daily, for half price well & pints, 25% off all other draft, $1.50 off bottles, cans & wine!

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.

Looking for other places to eat? Check out our Reno restaurants page for more options!

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