ViceBurger to Go Brick and Mortar in the Lincoln Eatery

Gourmet burger pop-up to find a home.
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A Miami late-night or next-day hangover food staple, Chef Greg Schesser’s ViceBurger is planning to put more permanent roots down in the Miami Beach. But don’t think that ViceBurger settling down, Chef Schesser plans to continue hosting their pop-ups around town.

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On Monday, What Now Miami confirmed with Chef Schesser that his burger brand is planning on finding a home. Keep your eyes set on the Lincoln Eatery Food Hall at 723 Lincoln Ln in the coming months.

Chef Schesser reports that they are under construction right now, and a firm opening has not been set. His estimates are about a month to a month and a half before they begin serving out of the new outfit.

The ViceBurger way is to serve a simple, delicious hamburger. To avoid overcomplicating the classic American fare, the brand serves never frozen beef with buttery, airy buns. They only garnish their burgers with pickles, thinly sliced onions and their signature Vicesauce. According to the website, “One bite is enough for it to become your new favorite VICE.”

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Ross McWaters

Ross McWaters is a writer from Atlanta, GA. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of McCoy’s Monthly, a small literary magazine where some of his writing can be found.
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