Food & Drink


Published On 08/16/2012 Published On 08/16/2012

Finally opening in the 305 after fattening up Broward-dwellers who now look just terrible in their Sig Ep Golf Pros and Tennis Hoes Party '11 shirts, ROK's a spacious gastroburgery that's taken over a substantial corner smack in the middle of Sunset Place, and is dressing the joint up with flatscreens, black leather booths, and brick-lined walls. What you'll be consuming

The Burgers: All 15+ of 'em are made with 10oz of certified Angus or American Wagyu, including the King James (Kurobuta pork belly, red onion marmalade, brie, truffle aioli) and the short rib/ BBQ/ horseradish cheddar Peggy, named after their English bulldog mascot -- who will soon be writing copy even though the establishment doesn't think English bulldogs can write copy, but only after it sleeps with Pete Campbell.

The Not-Burgers: Although it seems like you'd be crazy to not order a burger, you'd actually be crazy like a fox who has serious weight and cholesterol problems, because they're also slinging bacon-infused Kobe meatloaf (topped with a giant onion ring!), bacon-wrapped shrimp, a pork belly confit BLT, and lobster corn dogs

The Sips: Until 2a (party!), take down 65 craft brews (Purple Haze, Hopsecutioner, Ommegang Hennepin) along with a grip of cocktails like a dirty martini w/ bacon-wrapped olives, the hot-sauced Mexican Fuego, and the bacon-infused Maker's Rok "Old Fashion", or what Broward-dwellers call "that crusty Heaven & Hell Party '08 shirt -- what're you, 50?"

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1. ROK:BRGR 5800 SW 73rd St, Miami, FL 33143 (South Miami)

ROK specializes in gourmet burgers like the King James (Kurobuta pork belly, red onion marmalade, brie, truffle aioli), craft brews and cocktails. Also, flatscreens to distract you from your imminent heart-attack.