Fast Food, Miami

3 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

2801 S. W. 27th Avenue Miami FL (305) 445-3985
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    Miami BBQ: Bayside Food Court

    by grandmaR Updated Dec 4, 2011

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    I don't know whether I've eaten at Miami BBQ or not. When we stay at Miamarina on our boat we usually eat dinner someplace at Bayside so we have at least seen the place.

    List of the Food Court Eateries
    • Cajun & Grill
    • Captain Joe's Seafood
    • Che Pasta
    • Chicken Connection
    • Churro Mania
    • The Croque Monsieur
    • Edy's Ice Cream
    • French Crepes
    • Havana Classic Cafe
    • Latin Grill
    • Miami BBQ
    • Middle East Connection
    • Mr. Pretzel
    • Paris Croissant
    • Villa Pizza
    • Starbucks Coffee
    • Teriyaki Temple
    • Yeung's Lotus Express
    • Carousel Cone
    • Coco Gelato
    • Enerjuicer

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    Che Pasta: Food Court Italian

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a typical restaurant in the Bayside food court. Others are:

    In addition to Che Pasta, the eateries at Bayside's include:
    # Cajun Grill
    # Captain Joe's Seafood
    # Chicken Connection
    # Coco Gelato
    # The Croque Monsieur
    # Enerjuicer
    # French Crepes
    # Latin Grill
    # Let's Eat Cafe
    # Miami BBQ
    # Middle East Connection
    # Portofino Grill
    # Pretzel Twister
    # Teriyaki Temple
    # Yeung's Lotus Express

    Favorite Dish: There are also regular restaurants and places to get a drink such as a daiquiri (photo 4)

    CHE Pasta counter food in the food court Drinking places Bill from the Victory Grill Food Court

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    Miami Grill & Subs: Pitas and Subs

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    According to the website: "Our founder, Gus Boulis, emmigrated from Greece in 1968 to begin a long career of developing and operating successful projects in the restaurant industry. In 1983, Mr. Submarine, a new upscale sandwich shop, opened in Key West, Florida. By the mid-eighties, this successful concept evolved to eventually give birth to Miami Subs Grill. Its new name better reflected the quality of food, variety of menu items, and the appeal of fresh food cooked to order. "

    Now they have franchises all over the Florida, plus Indiana, MN, NJ, NY, NC, SC, TN and Puerto Rico.

    In the early 90's, Miami Subs Grill partnered with Baskin Robbins. They added Arthur Treachers, and were themselves taken over by Nathan's Famous in 1999.

    The art-deco / neon exterior was featured in the intro to "Miami Vice". In addition to hot and cold subs, they have gyros, pitas, Greek salad, hamburgers, chicken breasts, ice cream and other desserts. They fix everything fresh so it's not as quick a fast food as many of them.

    Favorite Dish: Tuna Pita and Key Lime Pie.

    You can eat in or drive in and take out.

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    Burger King: Eating Fast Food

    by grandmaR Updated Oct 13, 2005

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    Burger King is actually a restaurant that began in Florida more than 45 years ago when a Burger King hamburger cost 18¢ and a WHOPPER sandwich (which came later) cost 37¢.

    The latest Burger King mascot was created by the Miami-based advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The focus of this campaign were two sandwiches: the Double Croissan'wich with egg and meat and cheese, and the Enormous Omelet Sandwich (one sausage patty, two eggs, two American cheese slices and three strips of bacon on a bun with 47 grams of fat).

    For these ads, an actor dressed in regal splendor and wearing a gargantuan-sized plastic head of the Burger King character (that never spoke) mysteriously shows up at the home of an average, all-American guy bearing gifts. Some people (myself included) think the Burger King king is creepy.

    Favorite Dish: We had lunch at Burger King on the way to my daughters the next day, December 13, 2001. This place had a playground for kids.

    There is a definite lack of fast food restaurants on US Route 1 between downtown Miami and our daughter's place in SW 175th Street area. The lunch for the two of us was under $9.00

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    Victory Cafe: Food Court

    by grandmaR Written Mar 29, 2004

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    We walked all through the food court but didn't feel like anything exotic, so came here.

    M-Th: 10am-10pm
    F,Sat: 10am-11pm
    Sun: 11am-9pm

    Favorite Dish: I had the New York Strip for $9.85 and Bob had the Victory burger combo for $6.70. He had sprite and I had iced tea (Nestea). Our total bill was under $20.00

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    Fast Food the Miami Way: Miami Subs

    by mafootje Written Dec 21, 2003

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    Ok Miami Subs doesn't always haven't the most spot free restaurants and the most friendly staff... But if you can work around this you can get delicious tasting food for fast food prices. They offer Philly cheesesteaks, gyros, chicken wings, beef hot dogs, fish n’ chips platters and Roasters chicken.

    Favorite Dish: I really like the gyros served on a pita bread, Niki loves the Philly cheesesteaks.

    Miami Subs near the Keys
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