Miami's Ten Best Burgers: Bourbon Steak, Blue Collar, Lokal, and More
What's black and pink and all over Miami? Jim Heins's Latin Burger and Taco truck. The flagship item is the Latin macho burger ($8), a half-pound of freshly ground chorizo, chuck, and sirloin topped with Oaxaca cheese and caramelized onions. Try to eat one without getting it all over your shirt. We say just wear some old clothes and go for it!
Though recently opened, Blue Collar already feels like home. The small restaurant is a throwback to greasy spoons of the '50s. Owner/chef Danny steps away from the grill to greet patrons, and the food is hearty and simple, with lots of specials on a chalkboard. The "real juicy cheeseburger" eats like the best diner burger you've dreamed about but never quite tasted. It's juicy, topped with lots of cheese, and garnished with tomato, onion, and lettuce. It comes with fries for $12. Ask for extra napkins is all we're saying.