Cheeseburger Baby opens at Little Haiti

Cheeseburger Baby is the oldest burger joint on South Beach. Now they opened a new branch at Little Haiti. Despite the overwhelming growth of burger joints in the last few years they continue to provide the best, and juiciest burger for your buck. They use certified Angus beef served on the fresh baked bread that is delivered daily, topped with your choice of cheese and covered with fresh grated lettuce, sliced tomatoes and our chopped crisp kosher pickles. Just when you think the experience couldn’t get any better, they have an open kitchen for you to watch your food being prepared as well as having a good conversation with the cook! Yes, they are famous for the burgers, but check out their popular menu items! They have plenty of options to suit your taste buds. The cheeseburgers are always tender, always juicy, always flavorful and will always leave you satisfied! Here is more information about Cheeseburger Baby :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“We’re looking at Cheeseburger Baby in Little River. It’s by the same crew behind South Beach’s infamous late-night patties. And it’s a humble little shack with creamsicle floats and a bring-your-own-chairs-and-booze option. Oh, and it’s soft-open now. Here, take a look at the slideshow and the menu. You’d like to posit a few questions. Well, fine. It’s a black-and-white building with burgers spray-painted on it by Lebo that’s situated on a stretch of green lawn. They’ll be putting picnic tables with umbrellas on the lawn soon, but until then, it’s available for your most creative picnic setup. So feel free to bring a blanket or lawn chairs—whatever makes you feel at home. Yep. Along with bacon-cheddar fries and red velvet donuts.”

 

According to New Times :

“The menu features Cheeseburger Baby’s famous 1/2 pound burgers and cheeseburgers, served with lettuce, tomato, onion, choice of cheese, and chopped pickles. Turkey and veggie burgers are also available (all are $7 each), as is a one pound double $11.50. Extras are $1 each and include bacon, chili, jalapeños, grilled onions, green peppers, grilled mushrooms, avocado, fried egg, blue cheese, honey mustard, honey barbecue sauce, buffalo sauce, and ranch. A two-pack of two-and-a-half-ounce Baby burgers are $5 for two and are also available in turkey and veggie burgers.  Other options include a Philly cheesesteak ($8), chicken Philly ($8), grilled chicken on Texas toast ($7),chicken finger sandwich ($7), double-decker BLT ($7), and double-decker grilled cheese ($7). Fries come in many forms, from plain spuds ($3.50) to topped with bacon, chili, and cheese ($6.50) are available, as are buffalo wings (six for $6), onion rings ($4.50), and hot dogs ($5).” written by Laine Doss.

 

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