Compared to other cities like Boston and New York, Miami is a mere teen. But that doesn't mean we haven't amassed a rich culinary culture that's as sizzling as its sands in July. Author Mandy Baca explores Miami's food scene, starting with Pre-Columbian south Florida and working up to today in The ... More >>
Lee KleinYou could probably substitute 1 real burger instead of 10 White CastlesThe first thing White Castle wants you to know is that you needn't miss any of the big game standing over a grill and flipping teeny sliders into mini slider buns. Instead, you can buy a Craves Case of 20, 30, or 100 sli ... More >>
Sef Gonzalez (left) clowns around with fellow burger aficionado, Carlos Miller.Miamian Sef Gonzalez, AKA Burger Beast, might not be the burger "king," but he has definitely turned his love of burgers into a growing social media empire. In a span of 15 months, thanks to his clever use of social me ... More >>
A Miami landmark makes a comeback.
There are few places in South Florida that have a more devoted following than Royal Castle. Its fans are so faithful that original mini-burger joint White Castle never found success here. Naturally, it was a grim day for many folks when Wayne Arnold's Royal Castle was forced to close down a few year ... More >>
Arnold's Royal Castle
When you simply must have the classic greasy burger, head for the Castle
Before TVs and VCRs made a theater out of every living room, Marty Abrams and his cronies were kings of black market bijou