Crash n Burn Vegas: New Joint Serves Burgers With a Side of … Skydiving?

If you ever wanted to add a dash of adrenaline to your lunch, you’ll be in luck at Crash n Burn Vegas — a new burger joint that will soon include skydiving.

Crash n Burn is a new bar and restaurant located on the third floor of the Neonopolis in downtown Las Vegas. It sports 14,000 square feet across both indoor and outdoor spaces, as well as a 300-foot bar.

However, while Crash n Burn serves up handcrafted “fun food,” it’s the amenities that will make it one of the best lunch restaurants in Las Vegas.

For example, Crash n Burn features the largest patio on Fremont Street, a variety of vintage arcade games, duckpin bowling, giant Jenga, life-sized beer pong, and more. And, yes, it will soon feature skydiving.

The restaurant will soon play host to Aero Vegas — what it calls the “the world’s first rooftop open-air skydiving experience.”

Similar to indoor skydiving facilities, Aero Vegas will allow flyers to hover over an open-air wind tunnel on the roof of Crash n Burn. Unlike indoor skydiving, you’ll be treated to an amazing view of the Fremont Street Experience and downtown Las Vegas.

After your flying experience, you’ll want to treat yourself to some of the delicious food and beverages at Crash n Burn. Options include classic bar snacks like burgers, nachos, pretzels, french fries, and flatbreads.

On the drink menu, you’ll find a full list of beer, wine, and cocktails, including appropriately named offerings like the “Landing Zone” — made with vodka, Prosecco, ginger liqueur, pomegranate purée — and the “Flight Attendant,” made with peach vodka and passion fruit syrup.

Crash n Burn is currently open at 450 Fremont Street. The Aero Vegas experience will open closer to the summer.

In the mood for more thrills? Check out the Vegas News guide to the Las Vegas SkyJump experience.

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