Mills 50 mainstay Bites & Bubbles just added a burger menu and we are like *chef's kiss*

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GRAPHIC VIA BITES & BUBBLES
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You can order champagne and caviar and various French-inspired plates at Bites & Bubbles, which is great and all, but sometimes (especially as you're tripping through the Mills Avenue bar scene), what you want is just a really great burger.

Well, now Bites & Bubbles has you covered there, too.



A duck-fat infused beef burger with caramelized onions and Raclette cheese on a brioche bun. - PHOTO VIA BITES & BUBBLES/INSTAGRAM
  • Photo via Bites & Bubbles/Instagram
  • A duck-fat infused beef burger with caramelized onions and Raclette cheese on a brioche bun.
We can't say for sure if it was taking part in Orlando Weekly's inaugural Burger Week earlier this year was the impetus, but they've put together a lengthy menu of their specialty duck-fat burgers (see below), which will henceforth be available every night. We predict some extremely happy meat-eaters.

Here's the deets:
All American Burger: American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion.

Caprese Burger: Fresh mozzarella, lettuce, grilled tomato, basil pesto sauce.

Raclette Burger: Caramelized onions, Raclette cheese, tomato, lettuce, pickle, special sauce.

Breakfast Burger: Bacon, fried egg, tomato, double Gloucester cheese, special sauce.

Blue Cheese Burger: Maytag blue cheese, bacon, caramelized onions.

Smoked Duck Burger: Sliced smoked duck breast, Raclette cheese, caramelized onions.

Patty Melt: Bites & Bubbles version of a classic. Marbled rye bread, Raclette cheese, caramelized onions, special sauce.

Truffle Burger: Humboldt Fog Truffled Goat Cheese, caramelized onions, grilled tomato, lettuce, special sauce.

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