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Nolensville Burger Joint Opens With Cheese-Stuffed Patties and Creamy Frozen Custard

Hoss’ Loaded Burgers opens Monday, February 4

The side of a burger oozing yellow cheese on a brioche bun stacked with slices of tomato, red onion, and lettuce, with ketchup and mustard, held with two hands. Hoss’ Loaded Burgers [Offician Photo]

A food truck adds a permanent fast-casual location today, as Hoss’ Loaded Burgers opens the doors in Nolensville.

Roving the streets of Nashville for over seven years, Hoss’ is best known for Juicy Lucy-style cheese-filled burgers and classic salted, Cajun, and Parmesan fries. Other side options include onion rings and gluten-free loaded potato salad. Hoss’ partners with a variety of local purveyors, including Charpier’s Bakery and Porter Road Butcher, plus features Mill Creek Brewing Company’s beer on draft.

On the sweet side, the burger joint’s new fixed home at 515 Burkitt Commons Avenue adds frozen custard to the menu. Frozen custard is available by the scoop, blended into a milkshake, or as concretes with mix-ins. Chocolate and vanilla are the bases, plus a rotating monthly flavor and featured concrete. February’s feature is a red velvet custard concrete with HiFi Cookie red velvet crumble, Olive & Sinclair chocolate pieces, and homemade cream cheese icing.

Hoss’ Loaded Burgers is the first retail tenant to open in new mixed-use development Burkitt Commons, at the corner of Nolensville Road and Burkitt Road. The restaurant, owned by Dallas Shaw, 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 is open 4:30 p.m. until 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

Take a first look at the menu below: