It certainly isn't the most likely spot to grab a burger. From the outside, it looks like any normal, boring office park -- an imposing boxlike structure with guarded gates and a parking lot. But the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) is far from ordinary once you walk in the door. Access to the museum-like interior design center was once limited to designers and their patrons (aside from special days designated for the public). But now itâs more welcoming, and anyone is free to dine at the chic Key West-inspired eatery inside, which serves everyday lunch items at prices that are only marginally above average. The DCOTA signature burger includes a natural beef patty topped with red onion marmalade, brie, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and signature sauce on a brioche bun. A chicken salad sandwich is elevated with the addition of fresh tarragon and sweet and savory walnut raisin bread. The Dania Beach center offers 99-percenters a chance to dine like the wealthy, in spectacular ambience.