Dallas Shaw, owner and chef of popular food truck Hoss’ Loaded Burgers, announced today that he will open his first permanent restaurant in Nolensville at the new new mixed-use development Burkitt Commons (515 Burkitt Commons Avenue). The restaurant will seat around 100 people in the 2,700-square-foot space, though they’ll stay true to their mobile, cross-county roots with a location that coincidentally straddles the Davidson/Williamson county line.
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers was a pioneer in the Nashville food truck scene and became one of the city’s busiest rolling eateries since opening in Nashville in 2011, serving over 150,000 of Shaw’s signature stuffed burgers since their inception. The truck just celebrated its seventh anniversary of rolling around town cranking out gooey “juicy Lucy”-style cheese-stuffed burgers over the weekend.
The new Nolensville location will serve a larger selection of cheese-filled burgers than its mobile cousin, as well as a selection of local brews. They will also add frozen custard to the menu, something Shaw recalls as a favorite from his childhood.
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers continues to source locally, stacking pasture-raised Porter Road Butcher ground beef patties on a Charpier’s Bakery bun with all homemade sauces. Count on them to carry on the tradition of their popular parmesan fries at the new locale as well.
No word yet on an opening date, so check out Hoss’ website in the meantime to stay aware of the food truck’s roving location.
Hoss’ Loaded Burgers [Official Site]