So what is a "Pincho Factory?" Well, the answer really depends on what part of Latin America you're in, with some possible responses being too family-unfriendly to repeat here. In Miami, however, a Pincho Factory is a place that cranks out burgers, fries, hot dogs and other "good food served fast" concoctions seven days a week.
What makes Pincho popular is that the menu is definitely far from standard. For example, you can get your burger served between fried plantains instead of with a bun. Or try the fritanga burger with the cheese fried instead of melted (known as queso frito.) And instead of french fries, how about sweet potato tots? It's higher-end gastropub fare, but at much more reasonable prices.
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