Rok:Brgr Opening Third Location in Hallandale

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J.E.Y. Hospitality Group has announced plans to open its third Rok:Brgr location in the Village at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, what will be the craft beer and burger gastropub's biggest restaurant yet.

The group currently operates several concepts, including two Miami Rok:Brgr locations, Himmarshee Public House in Fort Lauderdale, and Primo's Italian Kitchen & Bar in Miami. A new restaurant, Pizzacraft, is slated to open this winter in Fort Lauderdale.

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Grease Burger Bar to be Featured on Food Paradise, Hosts Viewing Party

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Do you love burgers? Wait, that's a stupid question. Of course you do. And so does The Travel Channel's Food Paradise, which selected one of chef Jordan Stilley's hand-made burgers from the menu at Grease Burger Bar as part of a special feature segment they filmed for the show.

One of the West Palm Beach restaurant's specialty burgers will be featured in the segment known as "Hamburger Paradise 3," which will be airing this week. But to find out which one it is, fans will have to tune in -- or stop by Grease for the special viewing party tonight.

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Third Annual Boca Burger Battle this Saturday

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Nothing says "summertime" like cleaning up the backyard and getting those grills fired up.

We've also gotten so used to nature's erratic patterns here in Florida that we've adapted barbecuing as a rain-or-shine activity -- it has also become a bit of sport with numerous competitions in different aspects of grilling becoming rather popular across the land.

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Burger Bash at PGA Highlights North County Restaurants

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All photos Doug Fairall

This past Saturday, the PGA National Resort hosted its third-annual Craft Beer Festival & Burger Bash, showcasing the works of local restaurants in a competition to see who will be crowned the King of Burgers.

Burgers pair great with beer, especially craft beer, of which there was a decent mix of American craft and imports available at the festival. From Founders, with its appropriate-for-the-afternoon All-Day IPA, to Terrapin, with a peach-infused farmhouse ale called Maggie, the selections were spot-on for an outdoor afternoon fest.

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An Open Letter to BurgerFi From a Vegan

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As a nonmilitant vegan, I frequently find myself eating out with omnivores. Their meat consumption doesn't irk me, but the lack of options at eateries often does. Because seriously -- how hard it is to throw together one vegan entrée?

On that note, I was recently bummed to discover that BurgerFi, the environmentally sustainable burger chain that everyone's obsessed with, has nothing to offer vegans. Even its quinoa vegetarian burger has animal products in it. FAIL. So in response, here's my open letter to the leaders of the "better burger movement."

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Five Most Outrageous Burgers in Palm Beach County

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Photo Courtesy Minneapolis City Pages' The Hot Dish
If you eat meat, chances are you love a good burger.

Whether it's wood-fired, charcoal grilled, or seared in its own fat on a flattop, nothing beats the taste of ground up meat between two buns and the sensation of grease dripping down your chin.

Although we're good to go with a patty, a slice of cheese, and LTO on any old sort of bun, sometimes we're looking for a something more, something special in our burger consuming endeavors.

It could be a slice of bacon -- or two -- or, maybe even, a slab of pork belly.

Heck, sometimes we like to go for some seafood.

Point is, there are times when we want our burgers to be a bit more indulgent.

Here are the five most outrageous burgers in Palm Beach County.

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Five Most Outrageous Burgers in Broward County

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There's something about a hunk of ground meat in between two buns that just comforts the soul.

Whether it's fond childhood memories, the soft pillowy bun, the fatty burger, the cheese, or the combination of delicious ingredients in perfect handheld format -- that's right, we frown upon eating burgers with a knife and fork around here -- sinking our teeth into a greasy patty makes us immensely happy.

While we're all for the plain cheeseburger, there are times when we want to kick it up a gluttonous notch in our burger consumption with seriously decadence.

Here are the five most outrageous burgers in Broward County.

Word to the wise: wear an elastic waistband.

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Red Robin Opening First Palm Beach County Locations in Wellington and West Palm Beach

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Nicole Danna
Red Robin is opening its first Palm Beach County location inside the Wellington Green Mall.
Red Robin, the casual fast-food restaurant chain founded in 1969 known for its fire-grilled burgers, is making its Palm Beach County debut with the area's first location opening soon in Wellington. The Red Robin chain is best known for offering more than two dozen "gourmet" burgers, its signature seasoned bottomless steak fries, and a wide variety of salads, soups, appetizers, entrees, desserts, and signature beverages.

We're drooling over the chain's newest menu creation, the smoke and pepper burger styled after a 2013 Food Network's South Beach Food and Wine Festival "Best of the Bash" award winning sandwich.

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Fort Lauderdale Shula Burger Redesign Presented by Don and Dave Shula

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Restaurants may use customer feedback to their advantage, but it may not be so obvious how they use it. Shula Burger in Fort Lauderdale, however, redesigned the store.

It gets better: Don and Dave Shula (father/son) will present the new design and hold a little public Q&A session today at the Fort Lauderdale location from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to talk about the store's new design, what makes the perfect burger, and football and the Miami Dolphins, of course.

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National Cheeseburger Day: Five Places to Stuff Your Face

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As you may have already figured out, every food has a holiday of its own. Some are important: burgers, pizza, hot dogs, tequila -- the four basic food groups.

Things like National Salad Day (May 1), on the other hand: Who the hell cares?

Today is one of those days worthy of celebration. Whether you're willing to admit it or not, cheeseburgers are one of those foods everyone loves.

Obviously, you could fulfill your inner desire with a quick, inconspicuous pass through the Mickey D's drive-through, but that's no way to honor your love. It needs to be savored slowly and out in the open.

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