Burgerlicious Returns Tonight for a Second Time in the Gables

A second round of Burgerlicious returns to Coral Gables tonight at Fred B. Hartnett Ponce Circle Park where you will be greeted by burgers galore.

Between 6 to 10 p.m. you'll be able to sink your teeth into gourmet burgers made by more than 20 of Coral Gables' top restaurants. Cost for general admission is $50 and you get six sliders, and two pints of Samuel Adams beer.

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However, shelling out $100 for a VIP will get you unlimited burgers, two pints of Sam Adams beer, and access to the Jack Daniels VIP Lounge to justify the ticket price.

"Burgerlicious was inspired by the very best in burgers and to remind everyone that food can be both flavorful and fun -- as well as a reason to gather as a community," said Mark Towbridge, president and CEO of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. "Our burger festival is designed to position Coral Gables as a foodie mecca, no matter your style, budget, or gastronomic cravings."

The festival also kicks off Miami Live Music Month, a program of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. DJ Mayner and Mad World Orchestra will be providing music for the festival.

Here is an up-to-date list of participating restaurants:

- 1862 Restaurant
- The Café at Books and Books
- Burger & Beer Joint
- Christy's Restaurant
- Cool de Sac
- Crave
- Elevation Burger
- Giardino Gourmet Salads
- Pao Town
- Pincho Factory
- Rok:Brgr
- Route 9
- Seasons 52
- Shake Shack
- Shula's 347 Grill
- Sushi Maki
- Tarpon Bend Raw Bar & Grill
- Angelique Euro Café
- John Martin's Irish Pub & Restaurant
- Morton's the Steakhouse
- The Dome
- The Batting Cage Sports Bar
- The Bar

For the non-carnivore or those with restricted diets, meat and fish alternatives will be available.

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