Best Burgers in Miami
Miami’s Best Burgers
Tired of the same old burgers? Miami has a lot more to offer than just Cuban food and South Beach clubs. With so many chefs experimenting with new ingredients and flavors, there are plenty of mouthwatering options for you to sink your teeth into. Here are some of the best burgers in Miami:
Burger Restaurant Short List
|109 Burger Joint||141 SW 7th St, Miami, FL 33130|
|IBurger||36650 SW 192nd Ave, Homestead, FL 33034|
|305 Degrees Burgers Bar||3190 Commodore Plaza, Miami, FL 33133|
|The Habit Burger Grill||16400 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33194|
|Al Carbon Land & Sea||777 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131|
|BurgerIM||78 SW Canal St, Miami Springs, FL 33166|
|Vice Burger Downtown||2911 Grand Ave #400d, Coconut Grove, FL 33133|
|KUSH||2699 Biscayne Blvd #2, Miami, FL 33137|
|Burda Midtown||10162 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33174|
|The Angry Heifer Burger Joint||1317 S Federal Hwy, Dania Beach, FL 33004|
1. La Birra Bar
2. Babes Meat Counter
Babes Meat Counter is located at 9216 SW 156th St, Miami, FL 33157. It’s right off of highway one. If you find yourself in the Palmetto Beach area, go here for a burger!
Babes Meat Counter menu features a variety of burgers that get high reviews from both locals and visitors alike.
The atmosphere at this restaurant is casual—you can order at the counter or sit down at one of their tables or booths if you’d prefer not to stand up while eating your meal. Service is quick as well; it won’t take long before you’re enjoying one of their delicious burgers!
One thing we really liked about Babes Meat Counter was how clean everything looked: from the floors to their menus themselves—everything looked brand new!
3. Burger Beast Museum.
Burger Beast Museum is a food truck that has been around since 2014. It’s a great place to try out some burgers with unique toppings, like the Mofongo Burger (mashed plantains and mojo pork) or the Cubano Burger (roasted pork, ham, swiss cheese and pickles). The truck also offers vegetarian options for those who don’t eat meat.
This burger joint has received rave reviews from customers on Yelp and Facebook, with many people saying it was one of their favorite meals in Miami.
You can find them at various locations throughout South Florida including Hollywood Boulevard Park in Hallandale Beach and Bayfront Park in downtown Miami on weekends during lunch hours when they aren’t travelling around town for festivals or events like Art Basel during December
4. LoKal Burgers and Beer.
LoKal Burgers and Beer is a South Beach hot spot. Located on Lincoln Road, this trendy burger joint serves up a mean bacon cheeseburger with mayo, pickles and lettuce. Their burgers are made with all-natural Angus beef and come in five different varieties: the classic Bacon Cheeseburger; the Mushroom & Swiss Burger; the Portobello Mushroom Burger; the Smoked Brisket Burger; and their signature Korean BBQ Beef Burger. All are served on a brioche bun and topped with crispy onions for added flavor.
It’s easy to see why LoKal has become so popular among locals—the staff is friendly, service is quick, food arrives piping hot from its open kitchen (which you can watch through rows of windows), prices are reasonable ($12-$15 per burger) and even though it’s located right on Lincoln Road’s busiest corner there’s usually no wait time!
5. Shake Shack.
Shake Shack is a popular burger joint that offers a variety of burgers, fries and shakes. Shake Shack is the first restaurant to offer the “Shack-cago Dog,” a Chicago-style hot dog with poppy seed bun, all beef hot dog, mustard, chopped onions and neon green relish (the neon green color comes from food coloring).
The chain has three locations in Miami Beach: 1) Lincoln Road Mall; 2) South Pointe Park; 3) 101 Lincoln Rd. The other five locations are located in South Florida: 1) Dadeland Mall; 2) Sunset Place Shopping Center; 3) University of Miami—Green Library Plaza; 4) Brickell City Centre in Downtown Miami; 5.) Brickell Financial District at 500 SW 8th Street between 5th & 6th Avenues.
6. 1020 Burger & Shakes.
If you’re looking for a great burger in Miami, look no further than 1020 Burger & Shakes. Located in South Miami, this family-owned business serves up burgers, shakes and sides from 11am to 10pm daily. They have a wide range of options to choose from: from the classic Cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato and onion (6oz/1 patty) to the Guacamole Burger (8oz/2 patties) or even the Grouper Fish Sandwich if you’re not into beef (4oz/1 patty). They also have many specialty burgers including Jalapeño Bacon Cheeseburger; Veggie Burger; Ahi Tuna Burger; Chicken Fajita Wrap; Fish Tacos; Chicken Wings and more!
There’s something for everyone at 1020 – they even serve up delicious milkshakes made with your choice of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt! Kids can get their own kid-size version that comes in an adorable plastic glass bottle too! If you’re looking for somewhere fun to eat out with friends while enjoying some drinks while catching up on life’s latest events then head over after work during Happy Hour between 3pm – 6pm Monday through Friday where all draft beers are only $3 each plus select appetizers like fried green tomatoes ($7), hummus platter ($6), jalapeno poppers ($7) or chicken wings ($9).
7. American Social Brickell
American Social Brickell is located in the Brickell area of Miami, which is a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy some of the best burgers in town.
The American Social menu offers an extensive selection of burgers that are sure to please anyone’s taste buds. They offer everything from classic beef or turkey options, to more exotic gourmet creations like their spicy buffalo patty topped with bleu cheese dressing, fried onions, jalapeños and honey mustard sauce. If you’re craving something different than meat, they also have vegetarian options like grilled portobello mushrooms on focaccia bread with goat cheese spread and roasted red peppers. No matter what type of burger you want whether it’s healthy or decadent—you’ll find it here!
American Social Brickell has great atmosphere as well; it features beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Biscayne Bay so you can watch boats go by while enjoying your meal (or cocktail!). The restaurant itself has two floors: ground floor entrance where diners sit at tables; upper level bar area where patrons can enjoy drinks while watching sports games on TV screens throughout both floors.