Location, Location, Location
Pub & Grill: Caesars Palace.
BurGR: Planet Hollywood.
Edge: Pub & Grill. Unless you feel really strongly about Sylvester Stallone.
Pub & Grill: A British gastropub with dark woods, televisions housed in faux British telephone booths and a 20-foot-tall wall of kegs. Which, along with Margaret Thatcher, are exactly what you think of when you think Britain.
BurGR: Looks like a classed-up roadside diner... from the future. Some walls have digital flames. Digital. Flames.
Edge: Pub & Grill. Keg walls > flame walls.
Coming Out of the Kitchen
Pub & Grill: British classics like bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie and a lamb T-bone.
BurGR: A wonderland of pork belly bao buns, short-rib-brisket burgers, pudding milkshakes and toffee-pudding push pops.
Edge: BurGR. Pudding milkshakes versus a nation’s entire culinary history. Pudding milkshakes.
Coming from the Bar
Pub & Grill: More than 35 microbrews on tap and 24 in bottles.
BurGR: A Ramsay-crafted house brew from Stone Brewing Co.
Edge: BurGR. Gordon Ramsay: The Beer. Okay, you’ll bite.