The Washington Post Knows Where the Locals Go

Hugh-Baby's Washington Post

We’re so glad our friends at WaPo took some time off from the hubbub of politics to do a rundown of where the locals go in Nashville. They hit all the good spots: the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Palace, the Belcourt, and even ole Hugh.

“Inspired by the old-fashioned roadside barbecue joints and burger shacks of the mid-South (the menu includes a Depression-era favorite: the slugburger), Hugh-Baby’s blends a 1950s vibe with touches of sleek, bright modernity. The beef is ground daily, and pitmaster Pat Martin practices Memphis-style, whole-hog smoking. Enjoy the fruits of both on the BBQ Burger, and pair it with a side of hot, crispy shoestring fries and a chocolate shake. Bringing kids? The Charlotte Avenue location has a small playground.” - Brandon Gee, The Washington Post

We couldn’t be prouder of our humble little slugburger, all grown up and making a waves in Washington. Hugh/Slug 2020, anyone?