Mi Rinconcito Mexicano was initially a tiny spot across the street from where it’s currently located. Back then, Marcela would bring me a tasty Mexican Coke, one of the few spots in Miami that sold it back then.
El Rey de las Fritas has served Cuban Fritas in Miami since the late 1970s.
Since then, El Rey has expanded to four locations across the city.
Wayne Arnold’s Royal Castle had a great run, well technically it was actually two. Arnold’s RC would ultimately close due to…
Many of its contemporaries cut corners by switching to frozen beef patties and using heat lamps to keep their sandwiches warm, but Fatburger never did.
How did I end up at Hillstone in Coral Gables eating a burger?
Well, I had finally decided that today was the day I would hit up Morton’s.
Burger Bob’s is one of Miami’s hidden gems. It’s located right on the Granada Golf Course in Coral Gables, Florida.
Blink and you might miss it!
If you think back on your life, can you remember the beginnings of one of your passions, I mean obsessions? When I worked at Best Buy in Hialeah, one of the…
Yes, I love Cheesecake Factory. It’s important to get that out of the way first. Normally, you’ll find me waxing poetic about locally-owned restaurants that use fresh beef for burgers…
I’ve been to Five Guys Burger and Fries all over Miami more times than I care to mention, and they consistently have great food.
Fritas Domino La Original (936 SW 67th Avenue)has been around in one incarnation or another since 1961. It was originally on 8th Street and 12th Avenue in Little Havana. When…
There was a time when I wouldn’t dare step foot in a Sergio’s restaurant.
But, all that changed once I ate their croquetas & pan con tortilla.
Morro Castle had an iconic building that once housed an ice cream parlor.
It was one of the original Friteros aka Frita Cubanas sellers in Miami.