Like everyone else, we here at Eater Miami are on a quest to find the best burger in the city, a contentious subject that has even the most mild tempered all hot and bothered when you bring the subject up and, gasp, disagree. Yesterday, the voters spoke and chose The Rolling Stove as Miami's best food truck for burgers. Today we seek out the best fritas and, later, the best wild card. For those unschooled, a frita is, says Wikipedia, "a Cuban dish with a seasoned ground beef patty (sometimes mixed with chorizo) on Cuban bread topped with shoestring potatoes, lettuce, onions, and a spiced ketchup sauce."
After that's decided, we move on to the wild cards, which are either hybrids of the aforementioned, neither here nor there, or just a good burger without a stereotype--er category. Voting will continue for approximately 24 hours.
On Thursday, all winners will compete against each other. The winner of that will go on to the nationals to crown the best burger in America.
This is, indeed, a popularity contest, but please, no sneaky robo-voting. You have better things to do with your time--like eat a burger--than that anyway. May the best burger win!