The 10 Best Burgers in Miami
Warning: If you’re hungry, you’ll be ravenous by the time you finish reading this. And if you’re not hungry, prepare to be, because we’ve rounded up our absolute favorite burgers in Miami and our appetite just went through the roof. Read on for Miami’s most unreal patties—and don’t forget a side of fries.
K. Ramen. Burger. Beer.
Sneak downstairs to the basement of the Townhouse Hotel for a burger loaded with two four-ounce beef patties, caramelized onion, tomato and American cheese dripping with the house spicy mayo. Wash it down with a frozen Kirin.
150 20th St., Miami Beach; 305-534-7895 or sbe.com
Ready for the most epic breakfast-for-dinner burger ever? Sink your teeth into the Farmhouse, served with a massive meat patty, aged Gruyère cheese, caramelized onions, a fried egg and garlic aioli.
Various locations; rokbrgr.com
Yep, we’ll take a Prohibition Burger with bacon, white cheddar, Dijonnaise and Parmesan truffle fries any day of the week, thank you very much.
Various locations; tap42.com
Live a little and order the Chug Burger, a double cheeseburger topped with Ariete’s secret sauce on a toasted bun. (Then take a nap.)
3540 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove; 305-640-5862 or arietemiami.com
This decadent variation consists of a New York strip steak blend on a Portuguese muffin bun with cheese, lettuce and tomato. Proof that sometimes the simplest burgers are the tastiest.
6730 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-756-0366 or bluecollarmiami.com
Before you hit the beach, grab a classic cheeseburger. (But like your mom always says, eat it at least an hour before you go swimming.)
1505 Washington Ave., South Beach; 305-531-7300 or cheeseburgerbaby.net
Double cheeseburger plus cheese plus fried egg plus glazed doughnut bun equals a match made in burger heaven.
3190 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove; 305-442-3377 or lokalmiami.com
Go for the Royale with Cheese, piled high with two beef patties, lettuce, tomato, house pickles, lots of cheddar and a secret sauce. Oh, and maybe add on some truffle and avocado because why not?
310 NW 24th St., Miami; 786-216-7086 or lechickmiami.com
Bird & Bone
Chef Richard Hales is known in Miami for his Nashville hot fried chicken, but one taste of this dry-aged beef with cheddar on a doughy bun and you’ll be waving off wings left and right.
4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-424-1234 or theconfidantemiamibeach.hyatt.com
This burger tastes so good, you’ll forget your manners. With cilantro sauce, potato sticks and jack cheese, it can get a little sloppy, but you’ll be too absorbed in the combo of beefy goodness and caramelized onions to care.
Various locations; pinchofactory.com