Fans of Flay will be greeted by a familiar face when the doors fly open at noon. The Food Network star and world renowned chef will be on hand to welcome the public.
Flay's restaurant features cooked-to-order burgers named after cities that represent unique flavors and sensibilities. For instance, the Philadelphia burger replicates a Philly cheesesteak, with provolone cheese, griddled onions, and hot peppers; the Buffalo-style burger comes with red hot sauce, blue cheese dressing, and watercress; and the Santa Fe burger adds queso sauce, pickled jalapeños, and blue corn chips.
The Magic City has its very own creation too. The Miami burger ($7.75) pays tribute to the Cuban sandwich, marrying a burger with ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, mustard, and mayo.
There's also a Burger of the Month (BOM), with December's special a brunch burger topped with bacon, egg, and cheese. Perfect for the day after your company holiday party.
Any burger can be prepared using a traditional Certified Angus beef patty, a ground turkey patty, or grilled chicken breast. Prices range from $6.75 to $7.75.
Miami's outpost will become the 17th Bobby's Burger Palace but the first in Florida and the Southeast Region.
Bobby's Burger Palace will be open seven days a week during Dadeland Mall's regular hours.
Article courtesy of LaineDoss.