LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) -- In honor of National Burger Month, TravelsinTaste has sought out a burger for every taste and occasion -- and is telling you the inside scoop on where you can show your devotion to these delectable creations.

For those who want to dine like a president, we've got just the place -- Ray's Hell Burger in Arlington, Va. A fast-food joint that prides itself on premium aged 10-ounce burgers, this was the scene for the president's famous lunch with Vice President Joe Biden and separate meeting with Russia's President Dmitry Medvedev. The menu? Cheeseburgers!

The FleurBurger 5000 is served at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

Though the president went to a burger joint with bargain fare, Fleur by Hubert Keller in Mandalay Bay ( MGM - Get Report) provides a more decadent option -- the FleurBurger 5000. A foie gras and black truffle-stuffed Kobe burger served on a brioche truffle bun and garnished with Keller's special truffle sauce, it is served with a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1995 poured in Ichendorf Brunello stemware, imported exclusively from Sweden. To top it off, they'll ship you the stemware -- all for $5,000!

For those as interested in the quality of their burger as they are at dining in a celebrity spot, we've got some options. The Ebury Brasserie in London boasts Kate Middleton, duchess of Cambridge, as a fan of its 805-calorie burger. In Hollywood there's the ever popular In-N-Out Burger, where Lady Gaga, Paris Hilton, Brad Pitt and Justin Timberlake have been known to satisfy burger cravings.

Prefer to have your burger conceived by a celebrity chef? Look no further. In Las Vegas our picks include Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Carnevino at the Palazzo ( LVS - Get Report) for a burger with pancetta, onion and cheddar or gorgonzola ($19) and Emeril Laggasse's Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian for a prime hamburger served on a toasted brioche roll with steak fries, cheddar cheese and bacon ($15). In New York, Tom Colicchio's TC burger at Colicchio & Sons is made with drunk onions and pecorino and served with chips ($17).

If you'd like to pack on a little heat, the chile relleno burger at Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken's Border Grill is for you -- made from black angus brisket, roasted poblano chile stuffed with manchego, panela and cotija cheeses and served on a brioche bun topped with chipotle aioli, tomato, shredded romaine and pickled onions with a side of cumin fries ($12). It's available for a limited time in locations in Santa Monica, in downtown L.A., and Las Vegas.

If you have a hankering for Asian and want to try out the latest food truck craze, try Fukuburger in Vegas. With burgers inspired by Japanese izakaya restaurants and including playful hints of American and Japanese cultures, you can't go wrong. They've also got a daily secret menu. "It's almost a game. Our customers talk about their creations on Facebook and Twitter. A lot of our customers want to name things after themselves," owner Colin Fukunaga says. "One kid comes in all the time and he is so proud of his burger -- a double patty with an egg."

But for the ultimate in heat there's only one burger for you: the Firecracker Burger at Skybox in Vegas' Aria Resort & Casino. Executive Chef Paul Wagner incorporates Bhut Jolokia ("Ghost Chili,") known as one the hottest chili peppers in the world. It rates an impressive 855,000 on the Scoville scale. (For comparison, Tabasco Red Pepper Sauce rates 2,500 to 5,000.) The burger includes a jalapeno bun with 8 ounces of freshly ground chuck and brisket, Jolokia chili flakes, pepper jack cheese and Jolokia sauce, and you must sign a waiver before you try it.

If beef isn't your thing, why not try a sustainable seafood alternative burger? The catfish sloppy joe at Rick Moonen's rm seafood in Mandalay Bay is served with sliced pickles, potato chips, pepper and onions for $15.

Finally, for those who simply don't know what they want and want someone else to choose for them, we have the perfect option: Rub BBQ, already known for its Monday burger specials -- a new burger every week -- has a list hand-picked by pitmaster Scott Smith, and throughout May it's running a poll for customers to choose what's served.

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