Five best burger restaurants in South Florida

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5. Rock That Burger — Miami

Located in a non-descript part of Miami-Dade County, Rock That Burger is kind of a hidden gem of South Florida’s burger scene.

Well, it used to be, until people found out about the place through word-of-mouth. Now, the restaurant, located in a typical Florida-style shopping center near the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, has attracted a following that grows in size every single day.

The inside decor of Rock That Burger resembles that of an old rock-in-roll diner, with old automotive memorabilia and old classic album covers taking occupation of the restaurant’s walls. It’s funky and stands out like most South Florida restaurants tend to do, and the funky decor certainly makes it kid-friendly.

While the decor of Rock That Burger will certainly get one’s attention, the star of the show here are the burgers, and boy, are these burgers worth the visit. There are a number of spectacular burgers that will get anyone’s mouth watering.

There’s the Hotel California, a mean burger made in the spirit of the Golden State that contains cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard, and “pink sauce,” which really brings out the burger.

In the mood for something more en Fuego? Try their Ring Of Fire burger, which contains cheddar cheese, grilled jalapenos, grilled onion, lettuce, tomatoes, and a double-dip of mayo, in both chipotle and cilantro to give it that kick-butt ting that will have your delightfully diving for your drink.