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Smashed in Sugarhouse

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THE SMASHBURGER FILES: This week, I sunk my teeth into an AWESOME burger: Smashburger's new Sin City burger. That's the good news. The bad news is that it goes away at the end of February, --- so get your buns to a Utah Smashburger pronto! The Sin City burger was conceived at Smashburger in Las Vegas, where it's a featured menu item, but it's available here this month. So, temporarily at least, what happend in Vegas didn't stay in Vegas. 

What is a Sin City burger? Well, to be honest ... a heart attack on a bun. But, you only live once, right? Apropos of Vegas, this is an "all in" burger:  a Certified Angus Beef Smashburger, placed on an egg bun, then topped with a fried egg, applewood smoked bacon, melted American cheese, grilled and haystack onions, and signature Smash sauce. Yes, it's as delicious as it sounds. 

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And, it's especially tasty with fried pickles on the side. I also really enjoyed Smashburger's beef chili, which was spiked with hot jalapenos and tasted homemade. 

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If your health can't quite stand a Sin City burger, you're in luck. Utah Smashburger Operating Partner Tom Hartman gave us a taste of a new burger he's working on in the Sugarhouse Smashburger lab: a black bean burger. It's really good already, but he's still tweaking it. According to Tom, it should be ready for prime time next month.  

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I'll be returning to Smashburger before the end of February for MORE sin!