$5 Lunch: Beef Patty
1. Sriracha House1502 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
2. Tongue & Cheek431 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
3. Stanzione 8787 SW 8th St, Miami
4. Traymore Restaurant and Bar2445 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
5. D'angelo1370 Weston Rd, Weston
6. Caporal Chicken14616 SW 8th St, Miami
7. El Corral - Brickell1111 SW 1st Ave, Miami
Thai. Chinese. Japanese. Vietnamese. When you have a craving for Asian eats, sometimes you don't want to be pigeon-holed into just one type. Enter this "Pan-Asian" made-to-order eatery where you can have the cooks pump up your Udon noodle dish with either Japanese teriyaki, Himalayan hot umami, or Thai peanut sauce.
This down-home American spot is serving up awesome craft 'tails and twists on classic eats like meatballs and gravy, fried chicken, cured pork belly, and fish-n-chips.
Brickell's Stanzione 87 serves up authentic Neapolitan pies that take less than a minute to cook in the wood-burning oven. The mozzarella is made in-house and the rest of the essential ingredients are imported from Italy, so the pizza is as close to source as you can get in Miami. The space is pretty small -- with only about 40 or so seats at small marble tables -- but a glass-walled open kitchen offers quite the pizza-making entertainment. It's a pretty solid take-out option, too.
When you meet a bar with 40 different gins, a gin and tonic is not just a gin and tonic. That's what you're going to find at this restaurant and bar in the Metropolitan by COMO hotel. With its art deco decor and seafood menu, plus creations from the master chocolatiers, you're sure to find something you'll like, but let us not forget: 40 different gins.
A Norcino calzone with its sausage, ricotta, and mozz stuffed-deliciousness, preceded by Mediterranean grilled octopus, makes for the perfect lunch at this pizza, wine bar, and tapas resto.
14 locations in Cuba, shuttered. One legendary spot in New York closed. And yet the legacy of this chicken shack with its French fry-stuffed Chicken Box and Cuban ice cream sandwiches still lives on. A definite quick-stop visit for any of your out-of-town friends -- the Southern ones will likely appreciate the Fried Apple Pie -- you'll need a napkin for your undoubtedly greasy fingers.
EC serves up patties made with 100% Angus beef, mozz, drenched with homemade marinara, grilled onions, and topped off with a fried egg. Forget about every other burger you've ever eaten and head down to this fast-food joint and rejoice knowing that both your burger and your beer can be picked up in one spot.