There are very few travel destinations that are as lively and fun as Nashville, Tennessee. The place has such a unique atmosphere that you won't find anywhere else. The sheer volume of fun entertainment venues and delicious restaurants make this an unforgettable trip. Even if you are just visiting for the night, you will surely find a great burger joint.
There is a certain taste and texture that I look for in a burger, and the larger the burger, the better the choice is in my opinion. Because Nashville has such a unique and diverse culinary scene, there is no shortage of great burger places in the town. But these are a few places that I have gone too personally, and I recommend checking them out.
420 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
This is one of the more well known burger joints in Nashville, and it's serving up some delicious food. When I go to a burger place, I want something out of the ordinary, not your average fast food fare. Burger Republic is serving up a menu that includes many exclusive burger combinations that you won't find anywhere else in the state.
The Tennessee is my favorite burger on the menu. It has a special honey glaze on the top of the patty, combined with smoked ketchup, maple bacon, and Memphis dusted onions. The menu also has many unique side dishes, including Memphis tenders and tater tots, which are seasoned to perfection.
2901 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204
Burger Up has a unique business model that uses locally sourced patties in a unique repurposed restaurant building. The burgers they are serving here are very couture and interesting. You won't see these type of burgers anywhere else. The Ramsey Pimento Cheese Burger attracted my attention because I like cheese a lot, and especially Pimento.
The flavor was excellent, and the quality of the burger was better than anything I could have expected. Likewise, there was a lot to love about the rest of the menu, and there are quite a few burgers to choose from. If you enjoy locally sourced meat and want to try one of the best burger places in Nashville, then I recommend stopping at Burger Up.