Tennessee Travel Guide

From a burger cooked in 100-year-old grease to a classic American grilled cheese cheeseburger, George finds some of the most decadent burgers in Tennessee as he searches for some of America's most popular ...

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Alex’s Tavern

Owner Rocky Kastafes has worked at Alex’s for more than 35 years and still makes the same delicious Greek-seasoned burger his father, Alex, made back in 1953.

1445 Jackson Ave
Memphis, TN 38107

 
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Dyer’s

One of the oldest burger restaurants in the nation, Dyer’s is proud – and protective – of its 100-year-old grease, which is used to fry their paper-thin patties, served in single, double or triple helpings.

205 Beale St
Memphis, TN 38103

 
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Fat Mo’s

Owned by Muhammad Ali and Shiva Karimy, this joint actually has 15 franchised locations in the Nashville metro area. Their patties are marinated in a juice native to Iranian culture that contains 18 different spices.

2620 Franklin Pike
Nashville, TN 37204

 
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Rotier’s

Home of the “Grilled Cheeseburger,” Rotier’s opened in 1945 and continues to serve one of Nashville’s most famous burgers. So famous, in fact, that Jimmy Buffett went so far as to call Rotier’s burger one of the top 10 in the nation.

2413 Elliston Pl
Nashville, TN 37203

 

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