Everyone has their favorite burger spot, but with all the new restaurants opening in Nashville, there's a pretty consistent wave of new burgers hitting the scene. So Eater took a look at restaurants (or established restaurants with new menus) less than five months old to give this snapshot of the six newest hamburger options to hit Music City.Read More
The Burger Heatmap: 6 New Nashville Burgers to Eat Now
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Chef and co-owner Karl Worley's 'Wash Park' burger may be smaller in size, but it packs a punch, featuring pimiento cheese and bacon jam on one of their trademark biscuits. Add a fried egg to it and a side of 'chronic bacon' to make it the perfect hangover cure.
Of course the folks that brought you East Nashville's The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden know how to make a good burger. The new Germantown hotspot is turning out the double-pattied brisket grind double burger, simply dressed with American cheese, pickles and onions.
Chauhan Ale and Masala House
Celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan's new North Gulch restaurant recently introduced lunch service, and with that, a new burger option. Their lamb mint burger features spiced lamb, avocado, mint and five spice caramelized onion chutney.
Dino's is not a new name in town, having been a favorite east side dive bar for many years. But former Burger Up owner Miranda Whitcomb Pontes and longtime friend Alex Wendkos took it over late last year, reopening it in January with a little bit of a spit shine and an expanded bar menu, including a little revamp of Dino's classic greasy burger.
FLIP burger boutique
The name says it all. The West Nashville outpost of the Atlanta favorite opened up in late January, offering a whopping 16 different burger options. It's hard to go wrong, but try the classic. Or if you're cutting calories, go with the turkey burger, featuring monterey cheese, crushed avocado, alfalfa sprouts and pomegranate ketchup.
The former Hillsboro Village home of Zumi Sushi gave way to this burgers and sushi concept in late November. Options range from an ahi tuna burger and the classic 'Truck Stop,' to the black bean, quinoa and beet burger.
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