BRGR Stop – Coconut Creek, Florida

I’m making the return drive from Orlando when traffic gets backed up to a near stand still. We’re dying to just get back and if it wasn’t bad enough, the rain had been following us the entire way. A thought … Continue reading

The Dutch Oven – Clarksdale, Mississippi

The Dutch Oven (open since 2003) is housed in an old passenger train depot and best known for its baked goods. It’s only open from 10AM til 3PM on weekdays and closed on weekends. You can read a little more … Continue reading

180 Degrees at the DRB, A Must Eat Kinda Situation

Downtown Miami with its one way roads isn’t exactly my favorite part of town to be driving around in……but, I will make an exception if called for. This is the story of one those exceptions to the Burger Beast “Road … Continue reading

Crackers Casual Dining in Miami Springs Makes Me Feel Good

There’s no doubt about it, Crackers Casual Dining makes me feel good. I’ve had about 10 meals here over the last two years and there’s only one thing I wouldn’t order again, the Brisket. My bud FGH had the same … Continue reading

Burger Bar in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

I was so involved with the Hot Dog Fest(s) we had in July that I never wrote about Burger Bar in Palm Beach Gardens. One of the HDFs took place in Jupiter. During the days we were over there I … Continue reading

Swank Southern Kitchen – Davie, Florida – CLOSED

Swank Southern Kitchen is part of this Southern Food resurgence that has finally found its way to South Florida. I went in solo which kinda limited how many things I was gonna order off of the menu (not really). Just … Continue reading

BurgerQue – Ft. Myers, Florida

BurgerQue is not a fast food joint. Most folks will take one look at it and assume that which is bad for 2 reasons. First, the food is not fast food as there is much depth of flavor and secondly … Continue reading

Mr. Good Stuff – Miami Food Truck

Mr. Good Stuff Food Truck is all about stuffing you. They have 5 signature arepas aka Lunas (Venezuelan white corn meal arepas). The cornmeal is molded and sliced into a thin pocket (like a pita) and can then be “stuffed” … Continue reading

Blue Willy’s Traditional Southern BBQ – Oakland Park, Florida

As I got off of my car I could smell the glorious smell of the smoker a good 100 feet from me. Blue Willy’s BBQ is a large trailer, part of which is the smoker brightening up my day. I … Continue reading

Sakaya Kitchen At Midtown In Miami, Florida

Generally most things with an Asian influence (Sakaya Kitchen is Asian influenced, duh) does not get picked up by my radar. Someone had posted a picture of the Bulgogi Burger from Sakaya Kitchen and I knew right then that it was … Continue reading