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Top 5 Hamburgers in Miami

Miami has a lot of variety to offer when it comes to dining, as every month more and more restaurants are opening up. But when you’re in the mood for something as simple and all-American as a burger, Miami doesn’t disappoint.


255 Biscayne Boulevard Way

(305) 421-8800

http://www.danielnyc.com/dbbistroMiami.html

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db Bistro Moderne at JW Marriott Marquis

Chef Daniel Boulud’s outpost is well known for The Original db Burger, which puts a French twist on an American favorite. The sirloin burger filled is with braised short ribs, foie gras and black truffle. Served on a Parmesan bun, the renowned dish comes with a cup of fresh French fries.

112 Ocean Drive

(305) 532-8112

www.mylesrestaurantgroup.com

2

Prime 11

While trendy hotspot Prime 112 is best known for serving up gourmet steaks, it’s also known for its 1LB. Kobe hamburger. Pair the heavenly burger with one of the restaurant’s coveted sides, like the five cheese truffle macaroni and cheese.

500 Brickell Key Drive

(305) 913 8358

www.mandarinoriental.com/miami/dining/cafe_sambal/

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Café Sambal in the Mandarin Oriental

This casual waterfront restaurant serves up innovative Asian dishes, but a popular choice is the Kobe burger. The grilled Kobe beef burger is covered in tarragon shallot sauce and paired with smoked sea salt French fries.

432 West 41st Street

(305) 534-4536

http://www.theforge.com/

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The Forge

The Burger and Bordeaux combination at The Forge defines the upscale burger. The Miami Beach staple serves up a grilled angus sirloin burger with boneless short ribs and lobster marmalade on top. The indulgent burger is served with truffled French fries alongside pomegranate ketchup. A glass of Bordeaux adds the perfect touch of taste to this sensational plate.

2377 Collins Ave

(305) 604-6988

www.togrp.com/stkmiami

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STK

The Gansevoort Hotel’s swanky steakhouse serves up an appetizer of exquisite mini burgers. The “lil brgrs” are made of Japanese Wagyu beef topped with a special sauced served on a sesame seed bun. Add truffles or foie gras for an extra dose of flavor.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014