Nashville July 11, 2017
Everyone Goes Nuts For The Hamburgers At This Nostalgic Eatery In Nashville
Nashville is gaining national acclaim for being an up-and-coming foodie city. But sometimes, you just need a good, old-fashioned burger. And there’s nowhere in Nashville that serves up a better burger than Rotier’s Restaurant just off West End. Check out this nostalgic Nashville eatery and see just what makes it so incredible.
Rotier's Restaurant, located on historic Elliston Place, near Centennial Park, has been a Nashville tradition since 1945. The neighborhood is definitely booming with new construction, but Rotier's hasn't lost its old charm.
Fun fact that even most Nashvillian's probably didn't know: the building that Rotier's currently occupies was originally the carriage house for the Elliston Mansion on the West side of Nashville.
When Rotier's opened in 1945, it was originally a bar that featured cheeseburgers and pinball machines. It switched its focus to being a full-scale restaurant after Tennessee made gambling illegal. Today, cheeseburgers take center stage, and they're AMAZING.
What makes Rotier's truly special is their one-of-a-kind Cheeseburger on French Bread. There's a reason it's been voted the best burger in Nashville. Once you try it, you'll wonder why you've never thought of it yourself!
Legend has it that Rotier's doesn't even season their burgers. All of the flavor bestowed upon their wonderful burgers come from their 64-year-old flattop grill.
The French Bread burger is so good, it's even gotten national acclaim, earning awards from USA Today and Food Network Magazine. Stop by any day except Sunday to try them out yourself!
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