Kush

2003 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
305-576-4500
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  • Sunday: Noon-11pm Mon-Tues: Noon-11pm Wed-Thur: Noon-12am Friday-Sat: Noon-1am
Kush, the beer and burger joint, can best be described as Lokal's scrappy little brother. Coconut Grove's Lokal is the more polished older sibling, while Kush has a younger, edgier feel. But there's no doubt, whatsoever, that the two restaurants share the same DNA. Kush's offerings may be small, but there's something for everyone, with each pairing well with beer (naturally). Starters include Florida alligator bites ($12); hobo Frito pie ($5); and guacamole ($8). In addition to beef burgers, there's also a grilled cheese and tomato soup combo ($9); a pastrami ruben ($12); and a black bean burger ($10).

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