Miami's Ten Best Burgers: Bourbon Steak, Blue Collar, Lokal, and More
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Who doesn't love a burger joint that names its burgers after famous songs? Burger & Beer Joint also offers thousands of ways to customize your burger (feel free to name it after whatever you wish). We love the slight bad-boy/anything-can-happen vibe, the cold beers, and the fact that you can get a burger till late. Constantly winning award after award, this burger took top prize at this year's Burger Beast Burgies. We love the Hotel California ($14), made with certified Angus beef, ranchero salsa, guacamole, grilled
red onion, cilantro sour cream, sharp cheddar, and a sunny-side-up fried egg. If you're really hungry, try the Mother Burger ($125), a ten-pounder that was featured on Man vs. Food.
The DB Burger is rich and decadent. Created by master chef Daniel Boulud in 2001, it could be considered the burger lover's Everest. Why eat it? Because it's there. This masterpiece is sirloin stuffed with wine-braised short ribs, foie gras, a mirepoix of root vegetables, and preserved black truffles. The homemade bun is brushed with horseradish and oven-roasted tomato confit before red onions and frisée lettuce are added. This burger doesn't come cheap. It's $32, but go large and order the "royale," which comes with fresh black truffle for $75. Still not enough? Break the bank with the "double truffle." Double the truffle, double the dollar at $150. That's a burger for the 1 percent.
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