Dog is man’s best friend, especially when he’s hungry. Voice Places is your guide to hot dogs in Miami. We’ve got reviews from professional critics and fellow users, and thanks to comprehensive listings searchable by neighborhood, you won’t have to drive all over town to pick a wiener.
It's not necessarily the hot dogs themselves that are better at Arbetter. Rather these mild mixed-meat skinless franks are, with their pleasantly inoffensive, neutral... More »
Mark Soyka and Frankie Crupi (owners of Soyka and Andiamo) recently purchased this Upper Eastside roadside dog stand. Their plan is to create more of a "destination," with menu... More »
Drive up and say hello to Mary Burr, who's been selling strawberries, vegetables, milkshakes, and jams at the same location for more than 40 years. Here you'll find baskets... More »
Flip Burger Bar brings to North Miami something much needed around those parts: a casual, unpretentious hangout with good burgers and an ample selection of beers. The... More »
Unless you're a male bunny named Romeo, Don Juan, or Thumper, humping in public is a pretty crass act. That is, unless you're eating something utterly delicious. In that... More »
Despite the belief that they sprung from Yankee Stadium, hot dogs actually trace their lineage a little further back. And Columbians might have it over Sabrett's. Their... More »
You got that headline right. Burger King, the Miami-based fast-food giant, recently announced it now serves what sounds like a gourmet dish for $4. In the corporate speak of John Schaufelberger, BK senior vice president of global product marketing and innovation: "By adding a new premium ciabatta bun made with whole grains to this popular sandwich, I'm confident that our guests will...
For the 43rd consecutive year, Arbetter's Hot Dogs will not be serving free baked beans "the day after the Boston Red Sox win the World Series." The Sox are an undeniably fine baseball team, and as of this writing have just steamrolled into the American League Championship Series, but anyone familiar with the "Curse of the Bambino" will surely share my prediction of pending beanlessness. The...
Chicagoans overwork their hot dogs with relish, onions, tomatoes, peppers, pickles, mustard, and celery salt. New Yorkers are more circumspect in sticking to mustard and either sauerkraut or sautéed onions. Those in Salt Lake no doubt prefer their frankfurters with mayo, but we won't go there. Ever. Point is, our fair city now has a frank philosophy of its own, espoused by a hot dog...
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