Graffiti Junktion certainly lives up to its name. Colorful graffiti art covers the walls and picnic tables at locations throughout Florida, both inside and out on the dog-friendly patio. But even the wall space untouched by spray paint is worth a look, since the restaurant features big screen TVs as well as work from local artists. Visitors can purchase these paintings after ordering a different kind of work of art from Graffiti Junktion's chefs: burgers grilled from fresh meat that's never been frozen or scolded.
Chefs load their signature patties with as many toppings as a bun can hold. For proof, just look to the Iron City Burger's Canadian bacon, egg, fries, American cheese, and sauteed onions. The Big Apple goes a different route with apple slices, apple butter, brie cheese, and bacon. Customers can also design their own burgers made with patties of beef, turkey, and veggies. Draft beer and offbeat starters like zucchini fries complement the main courses, including an entire portion of the menu devoted to south-of-the-border flavors, such as a blackened mahi wrap with avocado and salsa.