The Capital Burger To Open On Miracle Mile, April 30th

Known for craft burgers and an energetic bar with handcrafted cocktails and boozy shakes, The Capital Burger is bringing its distinctive dining experience to Florida for the first time on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Opening Sunday, April 30, the restaurant emphasizes a commitment to exceptional service and hospitality with a thoughtful selection of beverages.

An extension of acclaimed restaurant, The Capital Grille, The Capital Burger serves an array of burgers crafted from a proprietary blend of beef by Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors. Selections include its namesake The Capital Burger, a French onion-style burger with caramelized onions, Wisconsin Grand Cru Gruyère and shallot aioli; a Bacon Cheeseburger with candied smoked bacon, Vermont Cheddar and tomato jam; and a customizable Classic Cheeseburger using elevated toppings like 15-year aged balsamic mushrooms or a fried organic egg. Burgers are served with Sea Salt Fries and a complimentary mason jar of Housemade Pickles, a guest favorite.

Hand-spun, boozy shakes top off the burger ritual, with options such as the Stoli Doli, inspired by The Capital Grille’s iconic cocktail with Stoli vodka, vanilla ice cream and candied pineapple. The bar also pours an assortment of local craft beers and award-winning wines, in addition to handcrafted cocktails like Blackberry Smash, featuring Bulleit Bourbon, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, blackberries, lemon and basil; and Smoked Bacon Old Fashioned with bacon-infused Woodford Reserve Bourbon, maple syrup, bitters and candied bacon.

The Capital Burger will serve lunch from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Dinner service will be from 4 – 9 p.m. Sunday – Thursday and until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The restaurant welcomes guests for a happy hour from 4 – 6 p.m. Monday – Thursday, serving handcrafted cocktails, sliders, select beers on tap and wines by the glass. The Capital Burger is open seven days a week and located at 300 Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, FL.


16 thoughts on “The Capital Burger To Open On Miracle Mile, April 30th

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  2. FYI – I visited today the newly opened Capital Burger Restaurant on Miracle Mile. Being truthful I was more than disappointed. I ordered a Lobster Bisque that tasted like it came out of a can. My friend ordered a New England Clam Chowder that he returned for it lacked taste and texture. I also asked for the Pan Fried Calamari and they were very greasy.
    Next I followed with the Salmon and Mashed Potatoes plate and all I can say is that what I got was a child’s portion. My friend ordered the cheeseburger that frankly looked and tasted no better than Burger King’s.
    The presentation of both dishes was poor. It seems to me this is a burger joint wanting to be a classy Miracle Mile dining place but it fails in achieving that.
    Be warned!

  3. Went there for Happy Hours specials. I was told they were not not ready si ce they were still waiting for their specialty drink mixes. Seemed like the manager Pina was giving us a B. S. story to overcharge us for $11 beers. So we got up and left . What type of place would rather have people walk out instead of honoring their commitment, so they can overcharge you. Either the chain or the the Manager are unethical. I would not eat there who knows what they put in the burgers to increase their profit margin.

  4. Went there for Happy Hours specials. I was told they were not not ready si ce they were still waiting fir their specialty drink mixes. Seemed like B.S. So we got up and left . What type of place would rather have people walk out instead of honoring their commitment, unless it’s the Manager. I would not eat there who knows what they put in the burgers to skimp on the cost.

  5. Kandace, to have unique stores & non franchise restaurants, there has to be inexpensive rents. High real estate taxes & insurance puts a burden on property owners who later charge tenants high rents. So the only feasible businesses serve inexpensive food where there is a 300% markup, the industry norm. A possible solution is to declare many of the existing 3 unit buildings historic to match the historic designation of the street. With the historic designation owners can allege their properties aren’t worth much for future speculation and later pass on the tax savings to tenants and thus achieving a better mix of merchants. We’d be protecting the character of the Mile. Let there be tall buildings and behemoth garages on the following streets.

  6. I actually welcome more restaurants, unique stores and less bridal shops. Good luck!

  7. Perhaps one should look at the menu before complaining. There are filet mignon, salads and lobster bisque…not just burgers. Sound delicious.

  8. Yuk! The Mile has lost its class and grace. Welcome all from Hialeah to Westchester- dine at Burgerland and shop at Ross.

  9. I remember Sambos where Denny’s is today, Hit or Miss, J Byron’s, A Nose for Cloth, Lilly Rubin, Franco’s, Biscayne Cafeteria, Elizabeth Arden, Old Navy, Modernage the furniture store where Ross is today, too many to remember and of course Payless!

  10. How can anyone miss what the Mile was? What do you miss more the Payless shoe store or all the bridal shop or maybe the wig shop? Get a grip!

  11. If you read the early history of Capital Grille, they seduced investors with the burger. How sad we are reduced to eating burgers & pizza, since we spend so much on automobiles, electronics, insurance & real estate taxes to fund lavish politico lifestyles. We used to eat steaks & seafood, remember the Beef People/ Winn Dixie Ad. On July 4th, most Americans are grilling hot dogs, not even hamburgers. How pathetic! We spend so much pretending to be rich and then save by eating poorly. What we need on the Mile is something like Biscayne Cafeteria.

  12. I think it’s great to have such a successful restaurant come to Coral Gables. That corner has had its share of bad luck. Hopefully this will end that! Who doesn’t like a great hamburger!! Can’t wait to go!

  13. Oh how the Mile has lost its past. Since 2008, the Mile is more like a shopping center in Kendall with the same type of restaurants and stores.

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