Husk – Nashville, Tennessee by ThankfulMonster

Recently, on the persistent recommendation from my good friend Burger Beast, I spent a weekend in Nashville. Because he knows me well enough to understand that the promise of a good meal is about the only motivation I need to plan … Continue reading

Burger Beast On The Road Part 2 – March 2016

The part 2 to my 2016 Road Trip with Miami Meat Machine guys (DaChew, DJ Cow Money & Gerther) has us staying 5 days in Columbus and then making our way home with stops in Kentucky, Tennessee, & Georgia to … Continue reading

Burger Beast on the Road – March 2016

I spent the better part of the last two weeks on a road trip with my friends the Miami Meat Machine (DaChew, DJ Cow Money & Gerther) driving around in a Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ loaned to me by Chevy (Thanks!). Now that … Continue reading

Burger Barn – Jackson, Tennessee

My wife Marcela and I, while searching out Antique Shops in the Jackson, Tennessee for my collection ran across the Burger Barn. When you see a sign that says, “Real Homemade Hamburgers” you know that it’s a must stop in … Continue reading

Roxie’s Grocery – Memphis, Tennessee

An important thing to do when visiting towns is connect with the folks who know their cities really well. I’m not really interested in eating at restaurants listed on “Top 10 Lists” created by someone who doesn’t even leave their … Continue reading

Hattie B’s Hot Chicken – Nashville, Tennessee

If you don’t know of the “Hot Chicken” revolution then you’re missing out on one of the South’s greatest treasures. In Nashville, Hot Chicken (Spiced up Fried Chicken) is a thing. The originator of Hot Chicken is Prince’s Hot Chicken … Continue reading

Cori’s DogHouse – Nashville, Tennessee

When I’m on vacation, it’s a constant search for somewhere to stop and eat. Sometimes the type of food gets me, sometimes it’s the logo or word of mouth that will drive me to check out a restaurant. We (my wife … Continue reading

Dyer’s Burgers – Memphis, Tennessee

It hadn’t even been a couple of hours since our breakfast at Blue Plate Cafe. After a stop at Sun Studios we drove around the famous but deserted at this time of the morning (11AM) Beale Street. We were looking … Continue reading