One of the most traditional American meals is a burger and fries. But modern-day twists on the classic sandwiches offer more than just a meat patty on a bun. BurgerFi is known for its unique, crave-able burgers and a brand new spot is finally coming to Music City soon, bringing burgers in Nashville to the next level.
BurgerFi is a fast-casual chain that has gained massive popularity nationwide since its launch in 2011. Similar to Shake Shack, this trendy joint offers burgers, hotdogs, chicken sandwiches, fries and shakes made with natural ingredients free of antibiotics, steroids and hormones.
With over 100 locations from New York to Alaska, there is actually only one location in Tennessee. That's about to change because the first ever BurgerFi in Nashville will join the Brentwood location in this year.
According to a Community Impact article, the restaurant will open at The Mall at Green Hills later this year, but an opening date has not yet been announced.
The menu will include nearly 15 hotdogs, burgers, chicken sandwiches and tenders, hand-cut fries, double-battered onion rings and much more.
BurgerFi can truly "put it in a bun," piling up burgers and sammies with countless toppings including bacon, fried eggs, candied bacon-tomato jam and the famous house-made sauce.
It's well-known "Conflicted Burger" features both a meat patty and an award-winning veggie patty sandwiched between the iconic branded bun.
If you're also conflicted about which side to order, you can get the "Cry + Fry," AKA a basket of fries piled with onion rings.
Another one-of-a-kind option is the "Breakfast All Day Burger" with natural angus beef, bacon, American cheese, maple syrup, fried egg, hash brown, grilled onions and ketchup.
It wouldn't be BurgerFi without the exclusive desserts. You can top off your meal with one of many concretes, custards or even a frozen hot chocolate shake topped with toasted marshmallows.
Address: 2126 Abbott Martin Rd., Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: You can finally get a taste of the renowned burgers, shakes, fries and onion rings at Nashville's first BurgerFi.