The burgers are grass fed beef and deliscious. The Miami location does not encompass the same atmosphere. Not to mention the wait time of over and hour and a half for a burger. TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. Open Now Hours Today:
Made reservations over a month ago to celebrate my 40th bday. Received a confirmation 2days before the date stating they was expecting me only to get to the location and find out it was no longer in existence. When we arrived, the restaurant had been closed down. It is not the Sugar Factory anymore. It has been changed to a Mexican restaurant.
What were we supposed to do? Our kids were starving! Open table screwed up and we are owed something. We were not notified if this at ALL! We were from out of town and had to Uber to get there. Then, we had to walk to get to the Ocean Drive location. That location was fantastic and everything was delicious. It was worth the walk. We had a group of 12 girls. They had so much fun. This restaurant was terrible. I am never going back such a waste of money. The server was more interested in the soccer game than anything else.
My wife and I decided to take our son for his Birthday to Sugar Factory. Big mistake and lesson learned. Everything we order from the menu was cold. Not to mention the wait time of over and hour and a half for a burger. The wait was not that much of a big deal Two milkshakes were just liquified and were warm. I am not sure if the quality control was down today or what. What a waste of almost two hundred and fifty bucks. If you are looking to take your family somewhere nice dont go here.
When we ordered our drinks my drink came mins later after they brought my sons and husband drink. This was supposed to be a fun birthday celebration and instead it was a nightmare. Definitely not going back anytime soon! Found plastic in the ice cream but the manager was very apologetic and quickly offered us any other desert on her.
The waiters were really hard to get a hold of. Hole in the wall, dirty, unfriendly staff, overpriced, bathrooms were deplorable! The place is nice I made reservations via OpenTable for this location and requested that they sing Happy Birthday to my daughter We ordered shakes and they had more whipped cream than ice cream, extremely over priced for the shakes that we ordered and then did not have the ingredients that where indicated on the menu.
I told our waiter Nikolay that shakes were mostly whipped cream he just smirked. The restroom was filthy, the toilet paper roll was on the floor since there was no roll dispenser at all.
Also, the milkshakes are a work of Art. They didn't even give it as complimentary for the birthday person. Appetizer sampler was a small serving and had to get a 2nd appetizers for a group of 8. I would recommend just the desserts and a drink.
Our waiter Daniel was great. First, they canceled my reservation instead of confirming it. There were a few patrons outside and we were the first indoor patrons when we arrived.
The appetizers and dessert were fine as was my drink. Dinner was where disaster happened. Hubby ordered the chicken fried dinner but the chicken and waffles came out instead. The correct order came out fairly quickly thereafter. The waiter was great. He removed the item from the check and really took care of us.
He explained they had a new line cook. We happened to see him several times. It appeared that he was more interested in keeping his girlfriend hot instead of the food. He came out to kiss her and rub her back a few times while she drank and ate at the bar. I wouldn't recommend this particular sugar factory to anyone its like a hole in the wall it does not have everything listed on the menu that I normally order the waiter was friendly, the food was not good my kids wanted candy from the mini store inside the resturant and the candy wasn't good it looked as if it was old overall I wouldn't go back to this location I would rather drive back to the Orlando fl location.
The waiter was rather rude. The inside of the restaurant was small and not what I was expecting. The food was good, but overpriced. Did not appreciate having to pay 20 percent service charge and extra taxes when we are not tourists.
The amount of money that you pay for the food, I feel like there should be definitely I guess you could say more elegant food? But anyways, other than that part, Sugar Factory is for sure more like lunch not dinner. Daniel was theeeee best waiter!! Hands down he provided us with top notch service!
I am so happy we decided to celebrate at this location! We had a great time on a busy holiday weekend. I think our server was just spread to thin between managing us inside her tables outside.
We went for a Sunday brunch. We went with a group of 8. We waited for 30 minutes and wasn't even served water. We were sitting outside and I would suggest they get fans out there. We bailed and went to another restaurant on Lincoln and had a great experience. We did the Groupon and didn't find out until you got there that the breakfast ocption was limit and didn't include pancakes and crepes.
The bottomless mimosa glasses were tiny and were refilled all that quickly. The music was loud and our server had problems heating our order.
Food presentation was sloppy, my salad was drenched in vinegar. Very over priced and not good. For the amount of money we spent there we could have gone to a much better restaurant. Food wasn't that great just like any other chain restaurant. Messed up my order but quickly fixed it which was great. Drinks were good but I wouldn't go back anytime soon. Not impressed, more overpriced than theme parks but at least at a theme park you have fun. Loved the server Alex the night was great food was amazing the lobster tail was a little over done other than that great.
The menu is very large. All sorts of desserts to choose from. They also have a large food selection. This Sugar Factory was severely lacking. First, it took a while just to get a waitress after we sat down. Then, they didn't have 2 of the desserts that we ordered, one of which was bananas foster, which suggests to be that they basically didn't have bananas, which seems pretty incredible in a place such as Miami.
In , Raymond Jungles designed an additional block to add to the mall. Jungles' created an urban oasis by using eye-catching materials and biofiltration plants. In , the Florida International University School of Architecture opened a sister campus to its main campus at University Park , on Lincoln Road, with classroom spaces for FIU architecture, art, music and theater graduate students.
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Located just a few blocks off the beach, Lincoln Road Mall is South Florida’s premier outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. This mile long, pedestrian-only promenade boasts a happening street scene with throngs of local and out-of-town visitors, excellent shopping, and terrific dining options. Visiting Miami Beach with the family for a long weekend, check out Lincoln Road Mall at night for some after dinner walks. Apparently I live under a rock because I have never heard of 4/4(). Oct 10, · Extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Biscayne Bay to the west on Miami Beach, FL, Lincoln Road features various shops, cafés, /5(16K).