Burger Shack announced today in a Facebook post that Saturday, May 25 will be the final day of service at the Cali-style crowd-pleasing burger joint. The home of one of Nashville’s best burgers will close at 4 p.m. that day.
Nolensville’s curiously similar take on an In-N-Out’s standout burger stacks patties with lettuce, tomato, onion, and spread, and serves shack fries slathered with cheese, grilled onions, and spread. It’s one of the better burger prices in town, too — a double cheeseburger combo with fries and drink rings in at $8.75.
Eater has reached out to learn the reason for the closure, but the post did say that the owners are currently searching for a new location in the Nashville area. Stay tuned to the restaurant’s Facebook page and website for more updates.
See the full post from Burger Shack’s Facebook page below.