The best squads benefit from pinpoint specialization: look at the A-Team, where Hannibal handled the leadership, Murdock the piloting, Face the smooth-talking, and Baracus the cereal merchandising. For eats from a team of buddies with different talents, hit up A Chef's Burgers
Started by a foodmaster with serious Euro-trained skills, a caterer with extensive mobile cuisine experience, and a dude who's great at owning parking lots that food trucks can park in, bread-truck-looking ACB stations itself on 29th Street in western Wynwood to dish out seriously gourmet burgers that're certified Angus, aged, not formed into patties until you order them, and served on a potato bun with an "amazing secret sauce" (spoiler alert: secret ingredient=sauce). Creative types can build their own Chef's 8oz or "A Good Sized Junior" burger (weighing in at 4oz), with cooking options like au poivre-seared with black peppercorn crust, blackened w/ Cajun blend, or brushed with spicy soy marinade, cheese choices including American, Swiss, cheddar, or Provolone, and toppings like sauteed 'shrooms/peppers, grilled onions, or thin sliced-garlic that's fried until crispy, because the guy at the tanning salon never stops him, as all he cares about is money. There're also chef-designed burgers: the Havana's piled with salsa and shoestring sweet potato fries, the Crispy's garnished with a "bird's nest" of very thinly sliced onion rings, and there's one stuffed in the middle with American cheese before being cooked and topped with sauteed 'shrooms & onions called the Big Juicy, which is convinced it looks great in a skintight terrycloth sweatsuit with its name across its bun
Beyond burgers they've got Buffalo wings tossed in their truck-made sauce and served with dip options like mild wasabi and curry honey mustard, sandwiches like a cheesesteak Philly-style and even salads, including one that's got an 8oz burger patty served over fresh greens called the "Topless Chef" -- now you know the exact reason Faceman rolls around in a van.