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JJ’s American Diner was a fifties-inspired diner in the Miami-area that existed for the better part of twenty years.
If you lived in South Florida during the early 2000s, you remember being bombarded by SONIC Drive-In commercials on Comedy Central.
I was dying to try them.
On our way to Philadelphia, we stopped in Maryland to visit Laurel Tavern Donuts (Little Tavern Shops), one of the hundreds of restaurants inspired by the White Castle System.
Denny’s has always been a part of my family’s breakfast life, but now I eat there exclusively late at night.
Denny’s restaurant history rounds out this post.
The Frita Cubana’s origin goes way back to 1920s Cuba when it was street food + I’ve included my Frita Cubana recipe for those who can’t find the real deal.
My deep appreciation for the hamburger sandwich grew from stops on road food trips at diners, drive-ins, and luncheonettes.
Over ten years ago, the first Florida food truck event took place in Miami. The Fall for the Arts festival happened on Sunday, September 12th, 2010.
Burger Beast’s first official story for the Miami New Times is a historical piece on Miami Burger Chains.