Burgerlicious Festival in Coral Gables: Sliders in The City Beautiful

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Coral Gables is getting to the meat of the matter tomorrow at its inaugural Burgerlicious Festival.

The event, held at Fred B. Harnett/Ponce Circle Park, will showcase burgers from over 20 different Gables restaurants including Por Fin, the Local Craft Food & Drink, the Biltmore Hotel, Route 9, Seasons 52, Crave, and Fritz & Frans Bierhaus.

Each restaurant will offer a signature slider, which will pair with six different beer choices from sponsor Samuel Adams.


music and entertainment by DJ Mayner, Fusik, and ArtOfficial will

keep you chewing (and brewing) to the beat as you work your way through

the different restaurant stations.

The festival runs from 6 to 10 p.m. and there are two different tiers of tickets. General admission

tickets are $25 and includes three sliders and two beer tickets. VIP

tickets are $50 and include access to the Jack Daniel's tent, a

gift bag, as well as the three sliders and two beer tickets.

If you're hungry, additional tickets for sliders and beer are available for purchase at the festival. Visit burgerliscious.com to purchase tickets and be ready to get your meat on.

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