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Reviewed March 5, 2021

After a few hours of snowshoeing I really wanted a burger for a late lunch. I asked the guy in the snowshoe rental about a good burger and he recommended to go to Inclined Burger. Great suggestion!! This being “Covid Year” I ordered my burger...to go and ate in my car. They did have outside seating available but even with the proper spacing it seemed a little crowded. I ordered the Double Inclined, no lettuce or sauce and added bacon. When I got my burger just from the looks it was going to be excellent and with the first bite I knew I had one of the best burgers I have ever had. Burger patties are grilled on a hot plate which gave them just the right amount of “crunch” and with amazing flavor. The bun was soft and fresh. It did not take me long to devour my burger and wished I had room for one more! Bacon was done perfectly and the grilled onion added to the perfection of this burger. Can’t wait for my next trip to the Lake Tahoe are so I can have another one of these beauties.More

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed January 16, 2021 via mobile

Best burger you will ever have. No joke. Mitch and Scotty have done their homework. This place is a must if you are anywhere near Lake Tahoe.

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed November 5, 2020

We were passing thru Incline Village on our way around Lake Tahoe and wanted a burger. If you're close by, you've got to try this place. We had 2 burgers and shared a large fries. Everything was delicious. Soft buns on the 1/2lb cheeseburgers and...the fries were awesome. There are a few tables outside, but we got ours to go and found a park to eat at. Try it. You won't be disappointed.More

Date of visit: November 2020
Reviewed August 12, 2020

Being in Incline Village is wonderful. Having one of the best hamburgers I've ever had was icing on the cake. Great food, friendly employees. Will definitely be back.

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed July 15, 2020 via mobile

Excellent burgers! They have a small outdoor area if you want to eat there, but it is mostly take out. We had the cheeseburger and regular fries, and it was wonderful. Thin, crisp patty and soft buns.

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed June 25, 2020

After a day at the beach, my wife & I decided to try Inclined - we'd both heard about it, & we love to eat local. We are sorta familiar with Incline Village, but Inclined Burgers was hard to find (for us) using Google Maps...- it's located right next to the (ONLY) 7-11 in Incline & also T's Rotisserie. Wish we'd known that up front. It's COVID-19 season, so no inside seating, no entering the restaurant if you're not an employee - order at the entrance, everything processed there & then they bring your order out where you can eat on the patio (a few seats) or tailgate, like we did. The burgers are GOOD. Super juicy, melt in your mouth, really tasty & made to order. The only things I had an issue with were: -while ordering: I changed my order from the single patty to the double, confirmed the order, then found out when the burgers were delivered that my original order was also on the bill - It wasn't that big of a deal & I got to eat the extra burger for lunch day after. -there was a shirtless, apprx. 70 year old VERY drunk man with several empty beer cups (& one 3/4 full one) accosting people on the patio/deck while they were eating/waiting to order. He wasn't violent, but he was unwelcome, vulgar in his language, & all up in people's space. I had to tell him a couple times to step aside but in his drunken state, he didn't pay much attention. He was still there when we left the restaurant. I'm guessing (hoping?) this isn't an everyday issue but I would definitely not patronize Inclined Burgers if we went back & similar behavior was tolerated. Staff was friendly & hard-working, esp. in a less than optimum time where their normal way of conducting business is completely out of whack.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed February 1, 2020

I am vegan. They make an impossible burger that I was assured by staff, is cooked away from meat. also, your patty could be put on a salad if you prefer. Clean place, small, lighting a little bright for my eyes. friendly staff, wine and...beer. Oh yeah, stuff for carnivores too. The garlic fires are....yum! they'll boost your immune system in one sitting.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 7, 2020

We came here on an impulse on the way from I80 to South Lake Tahoe, and I'm quite glad we did. The staff were genuine and friendly, and not afraid to make recommendations. I had a bbq-bacon-cheese burger that was melt-in-the-mouth tender. It was huge...and the fries were too much for me to eat. My wife had the beyond-burger and enjoyed it. But the happiest seemed to be my son who had the fried chicken sandwich.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed January 5, 2020

This has to be the best burger on the north shore! Loved the place. Really nice staff! We will happily go back!

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 2, 2020 via mobile

Eh. 3rd time I’ve been, and it was worse. Not a place I’ll be excited to go back to unfortunately, because the model/concept is great, and a solid mid-priced burger is so needed in our little town. Not much seating, which is usually ok except...in January. Patience prevailed and we grabbed a table after ordering. Luckily not too cold tonight anyway. Our order emerged reasonably quickly. The burgers seem to be about 1/8#, and generally all I care about are the fixings anyway but this was a little extreme. Thin, thin patty. More importantly, the onions that came on it were burned to crispy little sticks and the cheese/burger complex was definitely well done and fried together - there was no melting oozing cheese. It was a brick. My wife’s was about the same, but my daughter’s looked a bit better. Fries were just ok, but my wife wondered if they were fried in peanut oil as she reacted to them a little. Left feeling underfed.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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