Hoss’ Loaded Burgers is now open in Nolensville’s Burkitt Commons. It’s the first business to open in the new development. We stopped by the latest burger shop to open in Nolensville where chef & owner, Dallas Shaw moved from food truck to brick-and-mortar.

The fast-casual burger restaurant is located at 515 Burkitt Commons Avenue, just south of Concord Road. Restaurant hours are 4:30-9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. 

Guests can enjoy ‘Juicy Lucy’ style cheese stuffed burgers, crispy fries in classic salted, parmesan or Cajun flavors, onion rings, and loaded potato salad. Local craft beer is served on draft, as well as a variety of soft drinks. 

A new addition to the Hoss’ Loaded Burgers menu is real frozen custard, available by the scoop, milkshakes, or concretes with custom mix-ins. In addition to chocolate and vanilla frozen custard, there will be a rotating monthly flavor and special concrete.

Hoss’ Loaded Burgers is the first retail tenant to open in Burkitt Commons, a new, mixed-use development with 184 residential units and 40,000 square feet of retail space on 20 acres at the corner of Nolensville Road and Burkitt Road. The restaurant seats about 100 people in its 2,700 square foot space, which happens to have the Davidson/Williamson county line running through it. 

The Hoss’ Loaded Burgers food truck started rolling in August 2011, and since then has become one of Nashville’s busiest, most popular mobile businesses, having served more than 150,000 of its signature stuffed burgers.  

With a focus on quality ingredients, Shaw was an early partner of Porter Road Butcher, having sourced his custom blend of humanely-raised ground beef from the local butcher since 2012. His scratch-made sauces and toppings are used to create both signature and seasonal flavor profiles. The burger is made complete by using freshly baked, local buns from Charpier’s Bakery. 

For more information, restaurant menu, and the truck schedule, visit Hoss’ Loaded Burgers online.