Nashville features an abundance of great burger restaurants. Picking one out of the many restaurants is hard and once you’re there, picking which burger to get is even more difficult. Here’s the assistance you need in order to make the most of Nashville’s best burger joints:
Located in Nashville’s 12 South neighborhood, Burger Up boasts a comfortable, hipster vibe as well as amazing ketchup. For vegetarians and carnivores alike, the Quinoa Burger over a Kale salad is the go-to. It’s the perfect meal to satisfy your burger craving but stay on the healthier side, and it’s pretty freakin’ good. If you deserve to indulge, get a side of truffle fries (seriously, do it).
2. The Stack
As a self-proclaimed “Modern Burger Boutique”, Flip Burger Boutique is a fun and new place to grab a bite to eat. The essential hamburger to indulge in is the Stack, which is comprised of two specialty seasoned slider patties stacked with American cheese, grille onions, tomato, shredded lettuce, pickles and, of course, flip sauce. You won’t regret this spin on a classic.
3. BBQ Burger
If you want to get down and dirty with your burger, Gabby is your girl. Gabby’s Burgers and Fries place isn’t fancy-shmancy, but it is one of Nashville’s must-try’s due to deliciousness. Try the BBQ Burger. With caramelized barbeque sauce and cheddar cheese, you get Nashville’s BBQ scene on top of a burger. What more could you ask for?
P.S. Gabby’s has a secret menu that can only be accessed with a super-secret password. If you find out what the password is, let us know.
4. Farm Burger
With old-school soda shop vibes, The Pharmacy is one of the most popular burger joints in Nashville, which can be seen through its never-ending line. The burger to get here is a no-brainer: the Farm Burger. It entails country ham, applewood-smoked bacon, an egg, and maple mustard (are you drooling too?). Speechless.
Located in the Gulch, make sure that Burger Republic is a stop on your Nashville hamburger tour. Seeing that we are talking about Nashville and all, it’s best that you go for the Tennessee Burger. This burger, which made Zagat’s 50 Burgers, 50 States list, has Jack Daniel’s honey glaze, American cheese, smoke ketchup, maple basted Benton’s bacon, and Memphis spice dusted crispy onions. If Zagat says so, we say so.