BTW (Burger Taco Whiskey) opens at South Beach

Looking for a new place at South Beach ? Here comes BTW. BTW is a laid-back, American street food joint slinging burgers, tacos, and whiskey. BTW pays tribute to the house that helped build 50 Eggs, and after exactly 11 years of that success, we are excited to create a concept for fun. Somewhere we love and we want to hangout. A place where our team, friends and family want to be an enjoy incredible American food. Here is more information to BTW :


According to Zagat :

“The new low-key spot taking over Lime’s former space offers a familiar rustic setting similar to its sister restaurants, decked out with reclaimed woods and worn metals. There’s an open kitchen that’s connected to a breezy courtyard illuminated with string lights. As for food, the Mex-American comfort grub includes a classic burger stacked with lettuce, tomato and American cheese, crispy mahi mahi​ pescado tacos with cucumber cilantro, and bacon-wrapped hot dogs topped with guacamole and jalapeños. BTW is now open daily from 11 AM-11 PM (except for Sundays till 10 PM) and stays open late Friday-Saturday until 2 AM.” written by Carissa Chesanek.


According to Urban Daddy :

” the 50 Eggs crew decided to shake things up a bit, so they swooped in and made it look less like a taco shack and more like an ode to America—with wood, copper and posters of Sinatra and Elvis. Also, an outdoor terrace filled with string lights and a living plant wall. Pretty nice. But what’s nicer is the following numbers: 123, 49, 20. Because that’s how many whiskey, tequila and mezcal bottles they have on hand, respectively. Should be plenty. So come in one afternoon. Sure, could be this afternoon. Then get cozy with their menu of good old American favorites. Things like bacon-wrapped hot dogs, pork belly tacos and burgers topped with Miami Smokers bacon.”


According to New Times :

“50 Eggs lead mixologist Robert Ortenzio has crafted a cocktail menu that includes the BTW margarita (El Jimador Blanco, Cointreau, fresh lime juice, agave nectar, and orange juice); the spicy serrano-rita (serrano-infused Peligroso Reposado tequila, watermelon, lime juice, and agave nectar); a shaken piña colada (Bacardi Superior, fresh coconut meat, coconut water, and muddled pineapple); a pineapple caipirinha (Leblón cachaça, fresh pineapple, lime juice, and demerara sugar); and the clover club (Beefeater, raspberry syrup, lemon juice, and egg white). The price range is expected to be between $3 and $12.” written by Carla Torres.


According to Eater :

“Speaking of the bar its aim is to appeal to the locals offering up $3 shots, $9 cocktails and only locally crafted beer. As for the food menu expect spruced up versions of burgers, tacos and other “craveable” items by Executive Chef Danny Grant. And don’t worry Lime lovers, plenty of burritos will still be available if you need a fix.” written by Olee Fowler.


According to BurgerBeast :

“All of the Tacos come on Flour Tortillas and we tried 4 (Brisket Barbecoa, Al Pastor, Pescado aka Fish & Carnitas) of the 5 available, we skipped out on the Pollo (Chicken). The Brisket Barbacoa (Slow roasted Brisket, Cotija Cheese,, Scallions & Guacaverde) was my favorite with the Al Pastor (Marinated & Roasted Pork Belly, Red Onion, Pineapple & Cilantro) a close second. WARNING……..WARNING…….the Charred Serranos are brutal….I cried….I really cried………WARNING………WARNING. We were warned about the heat level on the Serranos but I still one bited them, big mistake. On the slightly more truthful level, I love heat and that wasn’t a complaint. I’m kinda used to people in Miami telling me something is hot and then it’s not, believe the BTW folks.”


According to Yelp :

” This place rules. Stumbled upon it today, and came for dinner. Friend and I enjoyed Flats, Mani mahi taco, Pollo taco, Ginormous taco salad, Churro vanilla and Mexican chocolate ice cream, Oaxacan and spicy Serrano cocktails. Food was fantastic, atmosphere and music great, yummy cocktails, sweet prices, friendly staff…to quote The Lego Movie, “Everything is awesome” at BTW. The place was crowded and the staff apologized for the “slow service,” but it wasn’t slow at all, and gave us more time to enjoy the awesome environment that BTW offers.” written by Emily G. (5 Stars).


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.