Head to one of these Miami spots where the meatless burgers are just as hearty as their beefy counterparts.
Given its eco-friendly philosophy, it’s no surprise that this craft beer gastropub serves a noteworthy veggie burger. A black bean and mushroom patty is sandwiched between two slices of challah bread and topped with jack cheese, sour cream, homemade guacamole, dry slaw, tomato and red onion ($10).
This Coconut Grove burger and beer specialist claims that its veggie burger - an oat bran, brown rice, beet and prune patty served with mayonnaise, French’s, lettuce, tomato, pickles, white onion and melted jack cheese - will make a caveman convert to vegetarian ways ($11).
Burgers are named after hit rock tunes at this Miami bar spot. The Dear Prudence is a Portobello mushroom patty topped with roasted red pepper, mozzarella, walnut pesto and arugula. It comes served on a ciabatta bun with a side of zucchini fries ($11.99).
Although the menu at this waterfront grill takes a Mediterranean slant, the veggie burger - a brown rice and mushroom patty served on a potato bun - sticks to its American roots ($19).