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The Burger Beast Unveils His New Museum Dedicated to All Things Burgers and Comfort Food

Take a trip down a comfort-food-filled memory lane

Burger Beast
Burger Beast Museum

Miami’s favorite comfort food blogger, Burger Beast, has officially opened his Burger Museum inside Magic City Casino. The museum is the only one in the U.S. dedicated to burgers and comfort food.

The 1,500-square foot space features more than 2000 piece of historical artifacts and collectables from burger and comfort food restaurants from around the world, all part of Burger Beast’s collection that he has been amassing for the past seven years. Some highlights include a 1960s Burger King Menu Board, a set of blueprints from 1964 for a Burger Castle restaurant and a 1940s Mexihot Hamburg Sign

A mini-movie theater is also on hand — sponsored by none other than popular burger slingers, Pincho Factory — showing the Hamburger America documentary by George Motz.

Entrance is $10 for adults, $5 for kids. The museum is open every Thursday to Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. at 450 NW 37th Avenue. Call 305-305-3999 for more info.

Magic City Casino

450 NW 37th Ave, Miami, FL 33125 (305) 649-3000