I think it’s safe to say that Nashville loves its burgers! A new burger joint has settled in to Nashville and after only a few weeks with open doors so far, it seems to have found huge success in Music City.
A new restaurant created by those behind the Holland House, The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden is found on the same block as Holland House in East Nashville. The german-inspired restaurant features an authentic beer garden outside as well as German beers (12 on tap and over 50 bottled choices; all either German brews or craft beers brewed in the U.S. inspired by German techniques).
The Pharmacy’s interesting name comes from the memory of an old-timey drugstore soda fountain, so the restaurant is true to its name in housing an old-fashioned ice cream soda bar which offers homemade sodas, floats and shakes. The soda bar uses house-made syrups including vanilla, ginger, lemon, strawberry, cinnamon and mint in addition to local ice creamery Pied Piper’s ice cream and is sure to produce remarkable and unforgettable concoctions.
Owner Terrell Raley strives to use all season and local ingredients in all food and drink offered at The Pharmacy, in addition to most everything being made from scratch. The burgers are composed of Tennessee-raised certified Hereford beef. For the sausage junkies, The Pharmacy offers Bratwurst, Jagerwurst, Currywurst, Bauernwurst, Bockwurst and Kielbasa sausages – all made in house.
Is your mouth watering yet?! For more information about The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden, visit their Facebook page here.