The Best Burgers In Nashville According To Our National Burger Critic

Dated: August 12 2017

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There is no disputing that Nashville is a food city. If you’ve had a pulse in the last few years, you’ve noticed the national media abuzz about the victuals in the city where Coach Taylor’s wife moved to become a country music star. But putting aside the hot chicken and all those meat and threes, I wanted to know: Is Nashville a burger town?

To help me find out, I enlisted two of my good friends who also happen to be Nashville locals: Nashville Eats cookbook author Jennifer Justus and Nashville Lifestyles magazine editor Erin Byers Murray, as well as Nashville-based glorious food photographer (and our former San Diego Editor) Sara Norris, and my best friend from growing up, Mr. Casey “Big Cat” Hurley. If you’d like to see a picture of him pretending to look chill at Dino’s, here you go. 

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Jacquelyn Gore

Being a REALTOR® is my passion. I truly love helping people buy and sell real estate. It is so rewarding to see the joy I bring to my clients when they buy their dream home or sell an amazingly reno....

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