Dick’s Broasted Chicken

708 W Live Oak St
Miami, 85539
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OK I confess, I have been coming to Dick's Broasted since the early 70's when I was a kid. It was good then. As the years past, i have eaten fried chicken across the country, East Coast, Southern States, West Coast, and all good. But if you're in AZ and don't want to drive to Los Angeles for Rosco's or Mama's in Louisiana, Dick's is your place. It really does not get any better than this. Take the drive on U.S. 60, see the sights, eat some chicken, you will not regret it. Downside? Its an old school business, open for lunch and dinner but closes at 6pm M-F, And Closed on Sat and Sunday. And FYI closed for vacation 9/14-28/2015. Sorry, I had mine tonight! Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.
Love Dick's! Haha, I know what your thinking,,,, mind out of the gutter please. Dicks has been around forever and they are still serving it up hot and tasty. Chicken is awesome, coleslaw is great, wedge fries are piping hot, rolls are served with honey and butter, ketchup and hot sauce on the table, friendly service, good prices and a spotless restaurant! What is not to love about this place. This is a must stop when traveling thru Miami. (IMO)
Love this place! Not a huge fan of fried chicken from KFC or similar, but I absolutely love it at Dick's! It's right off 60 as you go east on your way to Globe. Doesn't look like much from the outside but the chicken is fantastic. There's something they do different that makes it taste much better than normal fried or baked chicken.

(928) 473-2661

American (Traditional), Chicken Wings

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Burger House

812 Live Oak St
Miami, 85539
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Hands down the best red and green Chili Burros in the Southwest. I have driven to Miami from my home in the valley just to get food.
It actually started as a camping trip to the desert. I would leave early Saturday morning, after the storms washed through the valley. I woke at two am to check the satellite view and still looked pretty ugly. I knew the area I would be camping would likely be riddled with flooded washes. That, and the last gasps of the nasty cold I was fighting convinced me to bag a trip I'd been looking forward to for weeks. I rarely bag. I went back to bed. The next morning, the wife and I decided on plan B. Road Trip! The idea was to drive up the Apache Trail to Fish Creek, take some pictures and then head back to Tortilla Flat for lunch. Plan C strikes! Instead, we drove on. At the 188, we had a choice, Jakes Corner or Globe, both about the same distance. We chose Globe. Then, at the 60, we had another choice, left or right, we chose right (again). The gps showed a Mexican food place off the highway in downtown Miami. We drove right there and noticed absolutely nobody there. That felt weird. Not knowing what to do, we drove up the next block to get back to the 60, and right there on the corner, was the Burger House. We were starving. The parking lot was half-full at 2:00 on a Saturday. Plus, they had outside seating, so the pugs could join us. This was a good sign. We strolled in and were promptly met with a friendly greeting. Perusing the menu, I spied lots of things to try while the gentleman ahead of us was grabbing his lunch. He had a double-cheeseburger slathered with Green Chile. I am in heaven. This was exactly what I wanted. The wife had a bean tostada, and we rounded it out with a cheese crisp, all for less than $20. The burger was awesome, two patties with cheese layered between, mayo, lettuce onion and pickle with a big ladle of Green Chile smothering it. This is a perfect meal for a blustery day. I'll be back for this. The cheese crisp was clearly homemade, a nice thick flour tortilla crisped up nicely on the bottom with a thick layer of melted cheddar on top. The wife raved about her tostada and the hot sauce. There is a reason this place has been around for almost 40 years in a mining town that is half-dying. I will be visiting again.
From the looks of the place and it's name you would never guess, but hands down Burger House serves the best food in the Globe/Miami area and the best bean burrito I have ever had! LOVE IT! I hear their burgers are great, too, but I don't eat meat so I do not have first hand experience with this.

(928) 473-9918

Mexican, Burgers

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Guayo’s El Rey

716 Sullivan St
Miami, 85539
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(928) 473-9960

Mexican

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