Fuddruckers In Doral, Florida

I’ve been going to Fuddruckers for over 20 years. When I first went to Fuddruckers you could see the carcasses of the soon to be burgers hanging and watch as the butcher made them into patties. The fact that they grind the meat themselves and bake the buns daily goes a long way in the flavor department. I’ve known plenty of people who don’t get the whole Fuddruckers thing and would prefer fast food (which I don’t understand). Granted, the taste of a Fuddruckers burger is unmistakable. There is no other burger I’ve had that tastes like this.

Glass Case full of Beef riches

Over the years they’ve expanded their menu to include the Fiery Buffalo Crispy Chicken and a Mahi Mahi Burger amongst other things. I appreciate the effort but I don’t think I’d ever order anything other than a burger because, let’s be honest, that’s what drew me here in the first place. If you’ve never been to a Fuddruckers , your options as far as size go like this: 1/3 lb, 1/2 lb, 2/3 lb and 1 pound (there is extra waiting time just for this size and your entire order will be slowed down, just a heads up).

Three Cheese Fuddruckers Burger

I usually order the 2/3 Burger (it’s large enough and I don’t have the patience to wait for the 1 pound burger all the time) with the Three cheeses (Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Swiss) aka the Three-Cheese Burger and an order of the Chili Cheese Fries.

As far as toppings go, I always add to my burgers a combo of Mayo, diced Onions and their Honey Mustard (which I’m fascinated with). And the Chili Cheese Fries are stellar (adding some jalapenos and diced onions makes them almost perfect).

Bacon & Chili topped Hot Dog with just some of their toppings

Onion Rings

Chili Cheese Fries

Why stop there? There’s Onion Rings and Hot Dogs too. If you’re a fresh toppings fanatic then you’ll dig their self serve toppings bar. And if you’re a burger fanatic, well then you should have already eaten here.

Update: In late 2009 Fuddruckers changed their burgers to Fudds Prime. Unfortunately I preferred the burgers the way they were.

10680 NW 19th Street, Doral, Fl 33172

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  • Anonymous

    I admit to not having been to this specific Fuddruckers, but I have been to them in Georgia, Texas, and Florida (Ft. Lauderdale and one other one I can't remember–maybe Orlando) over the years and frankly, I don't get it. They grind their own meat, bake their own buns, serve every condiment known to man and then some–presented in different ways (sliced, diced, etc.). I have even tried the chicken sandwich just to make sure. I can only say one thing about Fuddruckers: Nothing they serve has any discernable flavor of any kind. I can't figure it out either, and I know the one in Ft. Lauderdale closed a number of years ago. Anyway, it is very sad to me as I always expected a great burger there, I always walked away full, but to this day I wonder why nothing there has any flavor. Sad, but there's always Charm City!


  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/jadydangel Jady Lynn

    I too remember the cow hanging on a meat hook in the window! (Fondly. US1 and 104th. Mid 1980s)

    But I’m just not fascinated with them like you (and The Man) are…

    That being said…

    Have you tried mixing their BBQ sauce with that amazing Honey Mustard?

    Holy Hell.

    • http://www.facebook.com/burgerbeast Burger Beast

      They’ve changed their meat blend since I wrote this. I preferred the original Fuddruckers to this new leaner version.