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Comment Archives: Locations: Restaurants: Burgers

Re: “The Dog

You'll find this place in an old converted house just south of campus. Despite the meek, unassuming facade, it has lots of atmosphere and character inside. The decor is a bit haphazard, but I liked it. There is also a large outdoor patio that I'm sure plays well with the nearby coeds.

I ordered exactly what I came for: The Barnyard Dog. This bad boy comes with pulled pork, bbq sauce, and coleslaw. Fabulous!

Most places offering a "bbq hotdog" simply drizzle a little sauce and call it good, but not The Dog. I ended up with heaping portions of slaw and pulled pork. The big, plump hotdog was a great support structure for the hefty toppings. The crunchy slaw paired really well with the tender pork, and the sugary sweet sauce tied everything together nicely. On the down side, I couldn't find any smoke, but that's really my only complaint.

Obviously a hotdog pales in comparison to true barbecue (especially if you're a Texan), but this dog was delicious in its own right. I'll definitely be back.

Read my full review, complete with pictures:

The Barbecue Fiend

http://barbecuefiend.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-dog-of-nashville-nashville-tn.html

Posted by Jared Kocurek on 09/05/2014 at 2:31 PM

Re: “360 Burger

Their burgers are delicious and fries are great, but the customer service sucks. Waiters and waitresses are too busy engrossed in personal conversation, hanging out, to check on customers. They're bringing this place down. It could have longevity if not for the wait staff.

Posted by Nic@Night on 07/30/2014 at 2:09 PM

Re: “Paradise Park Trailer Resort

Don't cone here on a Saturday afternoon. Only one person taking orders from both sided - the walk up area and the bar. Took foreveeeer to order.

Posted by no way on 04/12/2014 at 1:40 PM

Re: “360 Burger

Stepped in for a few, but stayed for awhile. Cool spot to for date night. Just a bit dark and the TVs could be larger. The food smelled great, I had already eaten but I live close and will be back!

Posted by TightMike on 11/16/2013 at 6:26 PM

Re: “Dalt's Classic American Grill

Bland food. Poor service, and if you complain, mgt tells you it is your fault. Way too many other choices in Nashville!

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Nancy B. on 09/25/2013 at 4:20 PM

Re: “360 Burger

This was a great place to visit. The food was great, the service was amazing and the live music was like phenominal. I would definitely go back.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Jamie on 09/09/2013 at 3:33 PM

Re: “Mitchell Delicatessen

Brian, maybe you should grow a beard and get some thick-framed glasses, then the service would improve for you (Mitchell's=Hipster Territory). When I was there, twice, the service was efficient (not rude); but there's a fine line between the two. The food? Meh. And way overpriced. Not really a deli, more of a sandwich shoppe. Folks who don't know the difference are happier with Mitchell's.

PS, Are the stars to rate Mitchells, the story about it, or the comments? Either way I vote 3.

Posted by Tommy Salami on 05/06/2013 at 9:31 AM

Re: “Red Robin

they do their best to be of good service and to please each customer. Very friendly to regulars and seem to really care. Excellent customer service in my opinion. I have visited two other locations but West Nashville stands out above the rest. My favorite place by far

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Posted by patpharmlady on 04/27/2013 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden

love it! just beer and burgers, but the burgers are so delicious! had the stroganoff burger and will have it again when i go back this summer! it really left a great impression.

Posted by ellenm on 04/24/2013 at 10:07 AM

Re: “Cheeseburger Charley's

This location is closed and is now a Your Burger

Posted by Brian Maxwell on 03/26/2013 at 11:52 AM

Re: “Burger Up

Nashville is known for country music, George Straight, guitars, hot chicken and more country music. But Nashville is starting to break ground in the food culture. They’re doing so by making some really good ass burgers. Nashville’s very own Battle of the Burgers: as what we like to call it, is starting to turn heads and heighten our taste buds. So of course we had to go to Burger Up. I’ve heard really good things about this place and very few people seem to not like this place. So naturally, we had to go give this place our hit and review.

From the start, I got the “Urban Outfitters” vibe as soon as we walked through the door. Everything was so sleek with wood seats, wooden bar and yes, wooden tables. The gigantic windows allow the sun to shine through, which gives the place more warmth and life. It is as if Urban Outfitters had branched off and made a burger joint (home of the tight pants and deep v-necks). No mainstream found here, just a vintage look and Neutral Milk Hotel playing in the background. Ok, ok…That was a bit of a stretch, BUT this place puts out a great vibe, it makes you want to come back.

Now to the good stuff! The burgers were unbelievably good. It caught me off guard, on how good they truly were. Every ingredient is local. The beef is organically fed for all you healthy picky ass eaters. We ordered two burgers, the recommended Woodstock burger, which has Benton’s bacon, white cheddar, and Jack Daniel’s maple ketchup on it. That shit was great. It actually tasted fresh, which seems odd to say, but that was the first thought that popped into my head. The second burger that was ordered was the turkey burger. GOOD GAWD! Best turkey burger I’ve ever had the pleasure to eat thus far. Thumbs up to the cook. The burgers were done right. The truffle fries made for a great side (golden brown with a little salt). The homemade ketchup they served went well with the burgers and fries. It doesn’t taste like normal ketchup, a bit on the sweeter side, but something definitely to give a try. For dessert we shared the Krispy Kreme doughnut pudding with grand mariner crème anglaise. Sounds like some fancy shit, right? Well it melted in my mouth. So fresh, so delicious, and so gone off my plate, well that’s all I got to say about that. Plain and simple, it was great and I recommend you try that good ass dessert when you eat there.

Everyone has an opinion, but too many people are complaining about the prices at this nice burger joint. They use great quality products, so you will spend a little extra cash for that. I love that they offer tons of items like chicken wings, salads, fried oysters, and plenty of burgers (that’s a given). Burger Up fits right in the neighborhood of 12th South. The only question I have is ,when will they make those vintage, extra washed, overpriced wool Burger Up tee’s that we all crave for (ha ha), and are those tight ass nut hugging jeans part of their uniform?!

Posted by MR86 on 02/28/2013 at 8:37 PM

Re: “Burger Up

Whoa baby! Killer burgers! My husband and I have been on a quest for awesome burgers in and around Nashville. This place came very close to 5 stars. Very nice vintage decor, although felt a little fancy for a burger joint. Luckily it wasn't crowded, I think we came on the early bird side. The service was... ok, we were not ignored, but not really waited on either. My husband was asked if he wanted a drink refill only after they took our plates away; to be fair, we do eat quickly. As we were waiting for the check, i noticed that all of the men working had the exact same big black plastic hipster eye-glasses and I pondered if that was just a coincidence or part of the uniform.

Ok, now for the burgers. Juicy, extremely flavorful beef, nice char and cooked to a perfect medium rare. The mouth watering bacon that came on my burger was thick cut, sweet and smokey. Really fantastic! The lightly sweet and soft bun complimented the burger and took it to an exceptional level. My only complaint was the size of the burger. It was too small. I wanted more! It was $11 for an, albeit incredibly delicious, but disappointingly small burger. Next time that I go, and I will be back, I will order a double. I'm not exactly sure what that will do to the price, but I think it will be worth it!

Oh, and I loved the fries. They were crisp, salty, and hand cut. The specials also looked amazing, again, next time I will branch out. This visit was for a straight up burger review!

Posted by Kletia Garies on 01/31/2013 at 8:43 PM

Re: “Holland House

coolest bar i've been to in a while original, excellent drinks would have been 5 stars but only thing i ate was 1 oyster and it was bad

Posted by paul8700 on 09/15/2012 at 11:52 AM

Re: “Noshville

I was introduced to this great place to eat by an English friend who lives in Nashville. I later took some other friends along. The food is good, with plenty of choice to suit pretty much all tastes.

Posted by Moragh on 08/21/2012 at 6:00 PM

Re: “Brown's Diner

best burger in nashville -- and it's only $4.50. The staff is friendly, the place is full of charm and it's a nashville institution. cannot be missed.

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Posted by nashville lover on 08/18/2012 at 3:10 PM

Re: “Hot Diggity Dogs

They serve top quality dogs including polish and vegterian, grilled or steamed on a white or wheat bun (your choice). The kraut on the New York dog is very good and the Chicago dog is the real deal, including the sport peppers, tomato wedge, pickle slice, bright green relish, and cucumber salt. The fries are KILLER; They are perfectly cooked in peanut oil, and more than you can eat are stuffed into the brown paper bag in which they are served. The building is tiny, with a few stools and a small bar along one wall. It's usually crowded so you probably won't want to eat inside, but you can, especially if you are willing to eat standing. Don't worry, there are picnic tables on the covered deck which has roll-up canvas sides to keep the wind and sun at bay, and the food tastes great no matter where you eat it.

Posted by RevJPFunk on 05/29/2012 at 12:29 PM

Re: “Mitchell Delicatessen

I live in S.C.,travel alot, my husband and I agree that Mitchell's Deli is a five star. Breakfast is great also. Would not change a thing! I always buy dozen strips of cooked Benton's Bacon to take back home with us. The staff has never been nothing but polite to all of us including lots of friends that live in East Nashville. Believe me you would know if rude was an issue. We are their at least once a month for 3 or 4 days. We eat there at least 3 times each visit and we get the turkey avocoda to go to eat on our 8 hour travel back to South Carolina. Would love to have a Mitchell's Deli where we live. East Nashville is BLESSED. :-) The Branhams.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by The Branhams' on 05/28/2012 at 1:36 AM

Re: “Dalt's Classic American Grill

Ate many times here and had many drinks LOL Great food

Posted by sshep1 on 12/02/2011 at 8:59 PM

Re: “Mitchell Delicatessen

Though it's a problem going on a weekend for lunch because it's sooo busy - it's worth the wait- and you can call your order ahead. I love their french dip and the patio outside makes it a great lunch spot for friends and family.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by stacy on 09/26/2011 at 5:21 PM

Re: “5 & Diner [Closed]

closed two years ago....duh

Posted by Duh on 08/05/2011 at 4:53 PM

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