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Burger Beast Museum - CLOSED

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Burger Beast Museum - CLOSED

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450 NW 37th Ave Magic City Casino, Miami, FL 33125-4041
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Eva J wrote a review Sep 2019
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Yes, the museum will close on september 29th on it actual location at Magic City Casino in Miami. Good news is that you still have one week to visit it and enjoy a huge, detailed and very well cared collection in this location! Don't miss it, it has an incredible admission price and it sure will bring you good memories to see all the pieces, some of them from already closed fast food chains and Cuban restaurants. Easy and fun way to appreciate history! Also you can visit the Casino right in the same building.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Christy wrote a review Jul 2018
West Palm Beach, Florida148 contributions71 helpful votes
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My husband and I visited the Burger Museum by Burger Beast this past Sunday, and had the most amazing time rivaling in all of the best fast food nostalgia known to man (& woman). As huge burger connoisseurs, we couldn’t wait to walk around the museum and take in all the old-school fast foodie memorabilia. The museum is located in the Magic City Casino behind Walls Ice Cream. Parking is plentiful, so you will not have a problem. Upon walking into the ice cream shop, you head to the back where the museum begins, and you immediately begin taking in the history of Miami’s earliest fast food restaurants, as well as the history of many fast food restaurants in around the country like McDonalds, Burger King & Queen, and In-N-Out to name a few. Did you know Walgreens was once a restaurant too?! Who would have thought ! If you’re lucky enough to catch the Burger Beast himself while you’re there, feel free to pick his brain! He answered all of our questions from when and how he started collecting the memorabilia, to his favorite burger in Miami which is currently the Frita at Ariete in the Grove . The museum is smaller than you’d expect, but it packs a big punch! I personally enjoy history & reading every inscription, so you can easily spend an hour learning & giving the arcade game a whirl. Before leaving, we had ice cream cones, and I can easily say Walls is my new FAV ice cream obsession in Miami. Feel free to sample as many flavors as you want. The dulce de leche was heaven sent! I also loved how the cone was dipped in chocolate. You can’t get anymore childhood nostalgia from a yummy, dripping ice cream cone surrounded by your favorite childhood restaurants. If you appreciate the history of fast food, and vintage memorabilia, I highly recommend stopping by the Burger Museum by Burger Beady! You won’t be disappointed. Solid afternoon well spent!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Response from Burger B, Owner at Burger Beast Museum
Responded Aug 2, 2018
Looks like you got the full experience, so happy to see you enjoyed!
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Jason R wrote a review Jun 2018
Millsboro, Delaware30 contributions15 helpful votes
This place bills itself as a "burger" museum, but in reality, it runs the gamut of fast food from hamburgers to hot dogs to chicken to roast beef. If you can name a fast food chain that operated in the U.S. in the past 60 years, it's represented here, along with a smattering of local establishments. It's a fun walk down memory lane, and Burger Beast is an extremely friendly, knowledgeable host. For a real treat, be sure to save some time for ice cream in the new Walls parlor that serves as the museum's entrance. Just be forewarned: It's frozen treats only, so there are no burgers on the menu!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Response from Burger B, Owner at Burger Beast Museum
Responded Jun 22, 2018
Thanks for coming by and for the great conversation.
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Steve S wrote a review Aug 2017
Kendall, Florida9 contributions2 helpful votes
I want to take so many things home from here. I'm an 80's kid and I love the Burger Museum. I've visited several times and have enjoyed each visit and each one keeps getting better. The layout has had a few changes and new things have come in since opening. Just a few of my favorite things: The Special release Star Wars posters and also the Star Wars glasses from some burger chains and wait till you meet Colonel Sanders. I felt like heading over to a KFC we used to stop at on the way to the beach as a kid right after. "Cubo de pollo frito" para toda la familia. The whole family will love the Burger Museum. Go check it out.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from Burger B, Owner at Burger Beast Museum
Responded Aug 24, 2017
I'm glad you had the kinda visits that excite us! Thank you for visiting multiple times.
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Margo_W22 wrote a review Aug 2017
Miami Beach, Florida1 contribution
I had a blast. It was something new, cool, and different. Definitely have not seen anything else like it. Worth the trip! Get ready to take pictures!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Response from Burger B, Owner at Burger Beast Museum
Responded Aug 24, 2017
We aim to be original with a touch in the past. Thanks!
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