About Burger Beast

I started writing the Burger Beast food blog to tell folks about those little forgotten gems in South Florida. Over the course of the last 5 years or so I've added News, Opinions, & Tips on a variety of Food related subjects. My first love will always be Burgers but Comfort Food is where it's at. At the end of the day I’m a regular dude who writes about a bunch of things I think you should know about.

S’macks Burgers & Shakes – Sarasota, Florida

Whenever I’m on one of my road trips I find that it’s very important to check out the surrounding cities to your destination. There’s always great gems to be found. S’macks Burgers & Shakes is in Sarasota which happened to … Continue reading

Chuck Wagon – Miami, Florida

Chuck Wagon is a mini chain (3 locations) of western themed restaurants located in Miami on the outskirts of Westchester (7355 Bird Rd) in Coral Terrace, Kendall (7628 SW 117 Ave) and West Kendall (11230 SW 137 Ave). *The original … Continue reading

Dog Et Al – Tallahassee, Florida

When driving around my car seems to know how to track down these little great little spots in town, Dog Et Al was no different. Before I even tell you about the food I need to mention how friendly the … Continue reading

Burger Culture – Tampa, Florida

It’s been a little over 4 years since I last checked in to Burger Culture. Last time I saw them, they were part of the Mayor’s Food Truck Fiesta in Tampa, Florida. Now, they’ve got a permanent spot for Lunch … Continue reading

Palomilla Grill, El Rey de las Fritas and Trust & Co Win Big At 2016 Croquetapalooza

Another Croquetapalooza & Frita Showdown is in the books. El Rey de las Fritas took home their 4th consecutive Best Frita Award. Trust & Co won the People’s Choice Best Croqueta Award while Palomilla Grill took the big one, the … Continue reading

Ulele – Tampa, Florida

Ulele serves Comfort Food inspired by Tampa’s indigenous people. I gotta tell you that I was a little taken by how massive and beautiful the property is. Once inside it was comfortable and I loved those massive doors/windows that open up … Continue reading