The Las Vegas Strip is inundated with fast food, causal dining restaurants and little hole in the wall places to eats. Very similar to New York City, the Las Vegas Strip can be intimidating with all of the hustle and bustle.
While you’re on journey of exploration through Las Vegas Blvd stop by Top Round which can be found in the heart of Las Vegas. They are located at 3782 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109 which Vegas locals may recognized as the former Bruxie Original Fried Chicken & Waffle Sandwich. “The Park” which is the outdoor dining commons can be found in between the Park MGM and T-Mobile Arena but on the same side of T-Mobile Arena.
The beef on weck hot spot started in Los Angeles, California back in June of 2013, serving up 100 percent pure ground beef. Five friends, Anthony, Fretz, Jamie, Noah and Saukok, who grew up in St. Louis and Buffalo eating real beef sandwiches wanting to keep the dream alive. Their success speaks for itself opening a second location in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Las Vegas is the third Top Round fast food restaurant to open and we are ecstatic to see what the locals think about their iconic “cheese wizz.”
Their menu is expansive with a little something for everyone. Their house specialties features slow-roasted beef sandwiches, hand breaded chicken sandwiches, curly fries, tater tots and frozen custard. They haven’t forgotten their non meat eater customers with fresh salads and grilled cheese. Their websites states that their roast beef is “free of additives, fillers and preservatives.”
Their menu item “horse & hole” is presented as a sesame bottom bun face down, slow roasted ground beef, roasted mushrooms, provel cheese and horseradish cream enclosed with the top of the sesame bun. Most of their slow cooked roast beef sandwiches range from nine dollars to 15 dollars. Their all natural chicken breasts are “hand-breaded, marinated in buttermilk and pickle brine.” If you order a “crispy tenders box” comes with three big tenders, curly fries, pickles and comeback sauce that will pack a punch. The mega box comes in at a whopping $14.95.
If you like to get messy you want to check out their “Dirty Fries.” This popular menu item comes with curly fries with gravy, provel cheese, caramelized onions and round sauce. For $6.99, you can’t beat it!
Lastly, if you don’t order the ice cream custard did you really go to Top Round? They have plenty of concrete combinations like “Pretzel PB Crunch” which is Reese’s Pieces, Pretzels and Chocolate Syrup. They honestly put traditional fast food to shame.
Their hours of operation are:
- Sunday – Thursday: 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
- Friday – Saturday: 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.