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.

Little Bread Takes Over Bread & Butter in Coral Gables

Just a little over 2 and a half years ago I wrote about Chef Alberto Cabrera and his just opened Bread + Butter Counter in Coral Gables. This past December I told you about his new sandwich concept in Little … Continue reading

You Know What’s Really Good? The Pan Con Lechon from The Butcher Shop in Palmetto Bay, Florida

You Know What’s Really Good? Pan Con Lechon From The Butcher Shop. I have been actively looking for the Best Pan con Lechon in Miami for the last couple of years. During that time I had my friend Boza and … Continue reading

The Fish House – Miami, Florida

The Fish House…..that’s right a seafood place. How did I end up here? It’s a great question so let me explain. Months ago someone mentioned to me on Instagram that there was a seafood spot I needed to check out … Continue reading

Handy Andy Grocery – Oxford, Mississippi

Handy Andy Grocery is catty-cornered from the antique shop I had just left my wife Marcela at. While I’m always constantly looking for things to add to my collection, Marcela is much more thorough than I am which generally leaves me … Continue reading

Cheeseburger Baby Opens in Little River

You lucky ducks in the Little River area of Miami, Cheeseburger Baby is soft opening a second location at 212 NE 79th Street today. Hours for the new CBB will be 10AM to Sunset. The “Official” Grand Opening Party will be … Continue reading

Burger Barn – Jackson, Tennessee

My wife Marcela and I, while searching out Antique Shops in the Jackson, Tennessee for my collection ran across the Burger Barn. When you see a sign that says, “Real Homemade Hamburgers” you know that it’s a must stop in … Continue reading

Caruso’s Eats & Treats – Ft. Myers, Florida

I’m not one to give up easily when searching online for somewhere different to eat and  Caruso’s Eats & Treats wasn’t exactly on the first page of results. It may take you some digging to find a restaurant worth being … Continue reading

Roxie’s Grocery – Memphis, Tennessee

An important thing to do when visiting towns is connect with the folks who know their cities really well. I’m not really interested in eating at restaurants listed on “Top 10 Lists” created by someone who doesn’t even leave their … Continue reading

Owens Burger Shack – Clarksdale, Mississippi

We were running low on gas while driving around Clarksdale, Mississippi so as the truck was getting its fill at a station I notice a Burger Joint across the street. We (my wife Marcela & I) had just eaten a … Continue reading

Sam’s Super Burger – Grand Bay, Alabama

During our road trip from Miami to Mississippi we needed to stop for gas occasionally. I like the stops to coincide with a town that has a locally owned Burger Joint. On the last leg of the drive we stopped … Continue reading

Larry, Curly, Burgers and Moe – Homestead, Florida

I was in Homestead a few days ago when I found out about the existence of Larry, Curly, Burgers and Moe. Being a lifelong Three Stooges and Burger fan, it was no brainer that I’d have to stop in. The … Continue reading

Nevermind Awesome Bar & Eatery – Cape Coral, Florida

I spent a week in Ft. Myers but found myself in Cape Coral about half the time eating my way through it. I can’t lay claim to knowing about Nevermind or that I’ve had them on my list to try … Continue reading

Food Trucks This Saturday at Magic City Casino

The state of Florida’s longest running Food Truck is the Wheelin’ Dealin’ Street Food Festival at Magic City Casino. It always takes place every 3rd Saturday of the month. I’ve been curating this event since day one thanks to a … Continue reading

Swensen’s New Menu Is Absolutely Killer

I decided to stop in at Swensen’s (opened in 1977) a few weeks back since the last time I wrote about them was almost six years ago. I noticed some changes to the food and it turns out that they have a new Executive Chef. … Continue reading