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Dining Pick of the Week: Quickee Burgers

Quickee Burgers

4371 N. Rancho Drive, 702-645-4091

Before you think twice about running away from Quickee Burgers because of its location, try giving it a chance first. Yes, the small burger joint is located inside an ARCO gas station on the corner of Craig Road and Rancho Drive, but don’t let its location deceive you. In a style similar to Midwestern favorite White Castle, Quickee Burgers sells its burger sliders with warm buns, dill pickles and a choice of plain or melted cheese and crispy shoestring fries. The QB burgers range from 69 cents for a QB original single to $2.49 for a QB triple with cheese. Fries are $1.49 for a single order or $2.79 for a double order. Specials include The Famous Brown Bag Special, with four burgers, shoestring fries and a coke for $5. To gulp down the meal, the restaurant sells sodas for $1.89, vanilla shakes for $2.79 and its popular Black ‘N White Shake with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup for $2.79. If there’s still room for dessert, patrons can chose from birthday, rainbow or red velvet cake for $1.99. Designed for busy and on-the-go customers, patrons can eat at the four-seat, diner-style counter, take it to go or call for delivery for a minimum $15 order ($3 delivery fee). Quickee Burgers is open from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays. For more information, visit quickeeburgers.com.

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