Dogma Grill – MiMo District, Florida

Dogma Grill

I was turned onto Dogma Grill years ago by an old friend of mine. He spoke to me of not only the good food but the great music playing while he was there (PJ Harvey, Pixies). What I particularly like about the place is how fresh their ingredients are. The first time I went there I tried their French Fries with fresh Garlic and the Burrito Dog. I was blown away by the Fries as I had never tried that combo before. Later on, I tried the same thing at Gordon Biersch but I still prefer Dogma’s version. I hadn’t been to Dogma in a while, so I figured I should check out if anything had changed on their menu.

I get to the window and decide to go with the Burrito Dog, L.A. Chili Dog, and Chili Cheese Fries. Everything seems to be pretty much the same. As soon as I pay, I go fill my cup with Coke and as I look at the window I was just standing in front of and  I notice an advertisement for Burgers.

How is it possible I didn’t notice it? I was standing right in front of it. I do the only sensible thing, I order a Pitchfork Burger. Now, I know what you’re thinking, there is no way he is going to put down all of this food. You’re right, I’m not, but when a great surprise presents itself one must act.

Getting back to the Burrito Dog, it was just as I remembered it: 2 Hot Dogs, Chili, Bacon, Mustard, Chopped Onions, Sour Cream, Shredded Cheddar Cheese wrapped in a Flour Tortilla. Awesome stuff. The chili here is good so piling it on Fries with Shredded Cheddar, it’s a great combination. As I’m making my way through my Burrito Dog, the Pitchfork Burger arrives. It’s looking at me like the kid who always gets picked last at kickball. I was second to last for the record, yeah baby!

Damn you Burrito Dog! I pick up the Burger and have a moment with it. I take one bite and put it down and decide to go back to finish the Burrito Dog. I can’t keep Pitchfork off my mind the entire time I’m finishing the Dog. When I return, he’s snugly laying there in his little container looking back at me. I haven’t forgotten you and I won’t. It was a really great burger, joking aside. I plan on going back to eat another Pitchfork Burger (for only another $1 you can add another Patty, hmm….). This time, you can bet he’s getting picked first.

Mid-2014 Update:

Since I wrote the original post on Dogma Grill, its ownership has changed hands a couple of times. One of my favorite items, the Burrito Dog was removed from the menu altogether and they added some killer Cheesesteaks.

The Pitchfork Hot Dog is hands down my favorite on the menu, and once you try it I think it’ll be your favorite too.

Pitchfork Dog

Pitchfork Dog: BBQ Sauce, Melted Cheddar Cheese, Grilled Bacon & Grilled Onions

Chicago Dog

Chicago Dog: Yellow Mustard, Neon-Relish, Chopped Onions, Diced Tomatoes, Sport Peppers, Pickle & Celery Salt

Chili Cheese Dog

LA Chili Dog: Dogma Chili, Yellow Mustard, Chopped Onions & Shredded Cheddar Cheese

Cheese Fries

Cheese Fries

Cheeseburger w/Onions & Bacon

Biscayne Burger: 1/4 Beef Patty w/ Grilled Onions, Bacon & American Cheese

Philly Cheesesteak

Frankie’s Philly Cheesesteak: 8 oz. Ribeye Steak, Cheese, Grilled Onions, Hot & Sweet Mixed Peppers

Chicken Philly

Chicken Philly: 100% White Meat Chicken, Cheese, Grilled Onions, Hot & Sweet Mixed Peppers

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Dogma Grill
7030 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL


Comments (2):

  1. The Chowfather

    March 29, 2009 at 7:02 PM

    Beast, save your time and money. The burger at dogma is not good

  2. rb3duarte

    June 1, 2010 at 4:44 PM

    I disagree. The burger at Dogma is awesome!