Irv’s is a West Hollywood institution. Its original 1950’s walk-up window was sadly taken over by a terrifying outdoor lounge called Beach Nation a few years ago, but Irv’s landed on its feet at a new order-at-the-counter space just a few blocks down on Santa Monica Blvd. Good news - the burgers haven’t changed a bit. This is still your no-frills, tomato/lettuce/onion double cheeseburger and it’s still great. And at $3.10, it’s one of the best deals in town.
Irv's Burgers is permanently closed.
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