Where to Find the Best Ginormous Food in Las Vegas

Josh Denny visited local hot spots across Sin City to experience some of the city's most-massive eats. Find out which restaurants he went to and what he tasted.

Photo By: John Michael Cooper

Photo By: John Michael Cooper

Truffles N Bacon Cafe

Termed the Belly of the Beast, this monstrous burger packs a spicy punch thanks to two key ingredients: sauteed jalapenos and bright-red hot cheese curls. They come together with gooey melted cheese to create and get layered onto a saucer-like bun with succulent beef patties and slabs of pork belly. The finishing touch? Four sunny-side-up eggs, of course. "This is like a meat birthday cake," Josh said as he carved the towering masterpiece.

Truffles N Bacon

LAVO

"There are a lot of big buildings around here, but none that look as delicious as this one," Josh says of the Strawberry Skyscraper. Built with no fewer than 40 strawberries and reaching an impressive 14 inches high, this towering dessert surely lives up to its name. Bright lemon zest is mixed into the bake batter, which, when baked, is so tall that it can be sliced into thirds. The shortcake is dressed up with fresh berries, swirls of whipped cream and two finishing drizzles: strawberry sauce and saba.

LAVO

Rollin Smoke Barbecue

The Triple Gut Buster, a whopping 13-pound showstopper, brings together a trio of meaty bites of 'cue into one next-level sandwich. Hot links, juicy pulled pork and mounds of saucy burnt ends are piled atop a bed of seasoned fries and topped with coleslaw, to create the ultimate sandwich filling. "Delicious combination," Josh says after going in face-first for a bite.

Rollin Smoke Barbecue

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