It was way too much to try at once and while I don’t usually give second chances, this wasn’t King’s Hot Dogs’ fault. So, I went back, on my own to give it a fair shake. That was a darn fine burger and I’m so glad I went back.

This, however, is not what’s on offer at Nick’s. What you get at Nick’s Old Fashion is an unapologetic, aggressively itself, never-frozen smashburger, always made to order. “White bag and wax paper,” Haynes says, though it’s often also a white cardboard box. Toppings-wise, you can get jalapeños or a fried egg or pimento cheese, and maybe you should, eventually, but don’t order that way the first time.

In comparison to other hamburger & hot dog restaurants, Nick’s Old Fashion Hamburger House is inexpensive. On this tour, I am sorry to say that I had some of the worst burgers I’ve ever had in my life. All burgers come plain and are made with a fresh never frozen local propietary blend of ground beef. Get any burger with Texas toast for an additional 50 cents. Street Team Steven was a sponsor of this tour. He accompanied me to a large portion of the restaurants.

When we drive by here going to her mom’s, I think, “man, I could go for a Greek Guys’ Burger.” Greek Guys Grill is located at 2545 Somerset Center Dr, WSNC. I had seen it totally science.github games in passing and didn’t know if it was actually open. I had noticed it on the DoorDash menu, as well. I saw a friend talk about it and decided to jump in there and try it.

Nick’s opened on April 1st, 2010 in the heart of Davidson County, North Carolina. Started by Ralph Brauser and his family, Nick’s has a passion for fresh, high quality food and supporting the local community. Named after Ralph and Amy’s son Nick, it was sold in 2020 to Jeremy and Casey Haynes, lifelong residents of the North Davidson area.

Need just a kids menu or drink menu? Sirved categorizes our menus to make exploring easier. A Forsyth County chef grew up working in his family’s seafood restaurants, but he dreamed of running a steakhouse.

We’ll create a list of the top five based on our readers’ votes and tell you a little more about each business. Check back weekly to see which industry we’re highlighting next. Look this week for social media posts asking readers where are the best places to get coffee in Davidson County. We hope to highlight some of our readers’ favorites such as the best lunch spot, the best pizza place, the best women’s clothing boutique and more. Thank you, as always to Street Team Steven for supporting this blog and podcast and being a fun food partner with my wife and me.