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.â€‹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