Best Burger Round Up
Bikers and burgers just naturally go together, so I'm sharing my own personal "best burgers" list. If you've got a burger recommendation, please feel free to share. I'll ride a long way for a great burger, so give these burgers a try.
The Brickyard, 747 W. International Spdwy Blvd., Daytona Beach. My personal favorite! This A-frame diner-style restaurant is a Daytona Beach institution. The bun is toasted, the burgers thick and juicy. So juicy in fact you may need some extra napkins. Lots of toppings to choose from and don't skip the golden, crispy fries. Complete the meal with a cold beer from The Brickyard's plentiful beer menu. Earl Street Grill, 715 Earl St., Daytona Beach. A true original in the heart of the Daytona Beach entertainment district on AIA. The Earl Street Grill serves up the classic American burger. Parking and seating is limited. However, if you're attending the events at the Ocean Center during Biketoberfest®, simply walk over and grab a burger to go!
Airport Restaurant and Gin Mill, 1120 Flightline Blvd, DeLand. Try the cheeseburger. A great big burger, you might need two-hands to pick this one up. Fries are considered a side item. Enjoy your cheeseburger with a view of the skydivers from the large outdoor deck.
The Breakers, 518 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach. Do you like your burger served up with a side of "beach?" This is the place to go if you're looking for a cheeseburger in paradise. The Breakers is on the beach at the end of historic Flagler Ave. Instead of the fries, give the onion rings a try.
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