The name describes the experience. This thing is HOT. I like a little heat, but I can't do hot, I'm a medium type of person. This thing is fire. I don't know what they do to that Death Love, but it has to be more than just jalapenos. They used a thin USDA Choice Sirloin patty which I find an odd choice for a burger as sirloin can be pretty lean and a burger needs fat. Texturally it wasn't the best patty. It didn't have that melt in your mouth feeling. The potato roll bun was toasted slightly and held up well.
Burger - South of the Border $8.00 Pepper jack cheese, homemade chili, guacamole, jalapenos, & a dash of sour cream
This was the better of the two burgers. All the flavors just melded together and the sour cream helped mellow a lot of the heat and added a nice creaminess to the burger. This was ordered medium, but came out somewhat dryer than I expected. Again the chili, guac, and sour cream helped provide that needed moisture. Flavor-wise I would go with this over the Death burger.
Side - Hand-Cut Fries *Came with the burger
The fries were not that impressive. They seemed greasy and had that old oily taste. It kind of put me off.
Drink - Oktoberfest
Conclusion: This is a great little dive bar which packs personality and a lot of history. If you're a Miami resident and haven't tried this place your missing out on a real Miami staple and if your a tourist it's a great place to have some drinks with friends, listen to good music, and eat great bar food.