We love a name like Burgers and Shakes that gets right to the point. This isn’t the best burger in Miami, but it’s a convenient place to toast a successful day at the beach or grab a quick lunch or a late-night meal. Stick with their classic cheeseburger. It’s enough to fill you up without making you uncomfortably full and isn’t as messy as some of their more elaborate burgers. The shakes are also refreshingly straightforward with vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate flavors.

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Where To Eat After The Beach If You’re A Little Sandy And Gross guide image
Where To Eat After The Beach If You’re A Little Sandy And Gross

When you’re sandy, sweaty, and too hungry to go home and change, go to one of these spots.

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