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Burgers at GEE BEES

September 06, 2011 2:00 AM by Mark Mayer

GEE BEES

8560 Las Vegas Blvd. S.

• Phone: 263-2604

It stands alone across from the many time shares and long-staying resorts that line Las Vegas Blvd South.

You won’t find better service, football promotions or meal choices for a restaurant/bar than here at Gee Bees.

There’s even one of those cool shuffleboard games, though the wood is extremely slick. The burger, bun and fries were superb and fell just short of a perfect experience.

The one fault was that this particular burger was a bit dry. We love juicy burgers and are very hesitant to give out 30’s so we’re always looking for something to complain about.

No worries, though. We’re coming back for that 30!

SCOREBOARD

SERVICE: 5

PRICE: 5

POTATOES: 5

MEAT / BUN: 4

ATMOSPHERE: 5

WAIT TIME: 5

TOTAL: 29 OF 30

RATING: 96.6 (5 stars)

SCALE: RATING:

28-30: A 93-100%: 5-STAR

25-27: B 83-92%: 4-STAR

21-24: C 70-82%: 3-STAR

17-30: D 57-69%: 2-STAR

6-16: F 20-56%: 1-STAR

 

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