It seems as if it was just yesterday that someone told me about a new burger spot opening up in Westchester, Florida, called pincho something or other. The menu and food struck me; it was different from everything popular then.
Plus, it had been a long while since Westchester had something new that we could call our own. Some folks didn’t understand my initial obsession with what they were bringing to the Miami food table.
On more than one occasion, I was asked if I was a silent investor in the company, which I wasn’t. What I was, though, was someone who believed 100% in what Nedal, Otto, and Nizar had created.
Pincho Factory would evolve and pick up a key piece to their future success Adrian Sanchez. Adrian was the man behind all the incredible food at the Flying Saucer Food Truck (R.I.P.).
Once he joined the team, there was a shift in the foods they were producing for the better. I’m one of Adrian’s biggest fans but let’s keep it between us.
PINCHO (they dropped the factory part of their name) excels at representing Miami to the fullest. The look, the feels, and the taste of the food are very Miami.
It’s why they’ve resonated with us fans of the brand. And no, I am still not an investor in PINCHO, but I am a believer.
PINCHO Factory Store Decor
PINCHO Factory Menu
PINCHO Food Pictures
Make sure to check in monthly to either the PINCHO website or social media to see what limited-time offer sandwich they’ve got going on.
This is the original beginning of the post on BurgerBeast.com about PINCHO when it was called Pincho Factory back in late 2009.
Pincho Factory? Really? It may be named Pincho Factory but Pinchos are not even under consideration when there’s a Burger on the menu. My wife Marcela, that’s another story, she loves Pinchos (feel free to NOT leave jokes below). The girl at the counter suggested we add Fries to Marcela’s order of a Beef Pita (she agreed). She made the same suggestion to add Fries to my Pincho Burger order, I decided to go with a side of Hot Dog (Vienna All Beef Hot Dog). Before anyone tries to ask for a side of Hot Dog, it doesn’t exist.
These are the 3 PINCHO locations that I frequent the most:
PINCHO – Flagler
9251 W Flagler Street
PINCHO – Hialeah
4950 W 12th Avenue
PINCHO – Westchester
9860 SW 40th Street