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Top Spots For Burgers In South Florida

September 18, 2014 7:55 AM

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If you’re curious as to “Where’s the Beef?” then look no further than these best hamburger joints in South Florida. From a historic location to sports bars and grills, you can always be sure to find a thick, juicy, succulent, mouth-watering, stomach-satisfying piece of beef between two buns, or two pieces of lettuce, depending on how health conscious you are that day.
Keg South Kendall

Source: Keg South Kendall

Keg South

2 locations
12805 SW 136 Ave., Miami
(877) 342-7887
kegsouthofkendall.com

Consistently voted as one of South Florida’s best hamburgers, Keg South will show major sporting events 7 days a week. You can enjoy your burger while watching 6 flat screen plasma TV’s full of all of the best sports action. If sports aren’t your game, pardon the pun; try your hand at one of the pool tables. But it’s the burgers that will keep you coming back for more. If you’re brave, try to eat up the ¾ pound keg burger with all the fixins.

Charm City Burgers

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Charm City Burgers

1136 E. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, FL
(954) 531-0300
www.charmcityburgers.com

Charm City certainly has small-town “charm.” The premium steak burgers can be had in a variety of styles including “cowboy, volcano, or the big sloppy.” Add everything from thick-cut bacon, fried egg, hash brown, and other things. You might also like the carnival style desserts including “oreo fritters or a charm sundae.”

gilberts 17th street grill

Source: GIlbert’s 17th Street Grill

Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill

Harbor Shops in Fort Lauderdale
(
954) 768-8990
www.gilberts17thstreetgrill.com

While you may not think burger when you first head there, it’s been rated as the top burger in Broward County in the past few years and only uses certified Angus beef. The Gilbert family has owned the store for the last 10 years and a family member is always on site and will open their kitchen to anyone. Try the Angus burger with sautéed mushroom & onions, or the Angus Beef Crumbled Bleu Cheese Stuffed Burger for a taste you won’t soon forget.

tobacco road

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Tobacco Road

626 S. Miami Ave., Miami, FL
(
305)374-1198
www.tobacco-road.com

Tobacco Road has survived countless hurricanes and has remained open in Miami since 1912. It’s Miami’s oldest bar and restaurant, and if you’ve been open that long, you’ve got to have a great burger to go along with the live music. If you’re brave, or morbid, try the “Death Burger,” which has sautéed onions, jalapeno peppers, and melted jalapeno jack cheese. Probably a good idea to have a glass of milk beside you to get that one down.

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Kingdom

6708 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL
305-757-0074

Kingdom is located just past Legion Park on Biscayne Blvd, and even if you live in Homestead, it’s worth a drive to enjoy one of the burgers. The best nights to go are Monday, Friday, and Sunday, but you can enjoy happy hour with casual attire. The burgers will have you salivating for more, so get ready to loosen your belt and dive in face first into one of the tasty burgers.

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