The Burger Joint in Sevierville This Native Says You Need To Try

burger with a side of macaroni and cheese from graze burgers in sevierville tennessee

graze burgers in sevierville offers grass-fed beef and a variety of delicious sides (photo by Alaina O'Neal/TheSmokies.com)

An honest review of Graze Burgers in Sevierville with menu items, parking and all you need to know

I appreciate a restaurant that focuses on one specialty item. With places like these, the specialty is usually right in the name. This is the case with Graze Burgers in Sevierville, Tenn. The name behind Graze Burgers is undoubtedly inspired by its grass-fed beef burgers.

In fact, Graze Burgers has quality beef patties that have no added hormones, no steroids, no artificial ingredients and no antibiotics. And if it’s anything Graze Burgers wants you to know, it’s that quality is on the menu.

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The Local Farmer burger at Graze Burgers with a side of Six Mac macaroni and cheese (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

Graze has a good selection of menu items, and frankly, they all look delicious. Of course, on my visit to this Sevierville restaurant, I ordered a burger with a side of mac and cheese. However, they offer more than just burgers. For starters and appetizers, they have the usual selections like house-fried pickles, queso dip and crispy mushrooms. But if you want to try something less generic, get the Green Tomato and Pimento (crispy local green tomatoes with house pimento cheese and bacon jam) or Pig Wings (crispy double thick pork belly).

And for the main course, have just about any kind of organic grass-fed beef burger you can imagine. Do you have a vegetarian in the group? That’s no problem, either. The Hippie is a veggie burger made with black beans. Gluten-free options are also available for an additional charge.

For sides, I ordered the Balsalmic Belly Brussels and the Six Mac. But they also have onion rings, fries and a roasted corn and bean salad. Burgers range in price from about $15-19. Finally, although burgers are the stars of the show, the restaurant also features an array of big hot dogs, or Big Dawgs. For dessert, if there’s any room in your belly, you can wash it down with one of their delicious floats or shakes. View the full menu here.

Jive Turkey burger at Graze Burgers
A Jive Turkey burger at Graze with a side of Brussels sprouts (photo by Alaina O’Neal/TheSmokies.com)

Is Graze Burgers worth it? An honest review

Honestly, I love burgers. Even when they’re bad, somehow, they’re still good. So is a Graze Burger a great burger? Yes, I’d say it is. It was probably the best burger I’ve had in a while. My burger was juicy and flavorful and so large that I couldn’t even finish it. It’s a lot of quality food for a good price. I also experienced friendly staff, but I also visited when the restaurant first opened during lunch, which is usually less crowded.

I personally didn’t love the Six Mac macaroni and cheese, but I can be a bit picky when it comes to my favorite side dish. However, the burger was top notch and I will certainly be back to try some of the other craft menu items.

The inside of Graze Burgers in Sevierville
Pro tip: If you go earlier in the day, they likely won’t be as crowded (photo by Kim Grayson/TheSmokies.com)

What to expect: Patio, takeout options and parking

Graze Burgers is located on 125 Bruce Street in downtown Sevierville. Parking is available along side streets as well as in the parking lots nearby. Graze Burgers is one of the main restaurants in Sevierville. Also, Graze Burgers has a family-friendly vibe on the inside and a pet-friendly patio outside. On select dates, they also offer live entertainment on the patio. Check their calendar for upcoming shows and special events.

Graze Burgers offers online ordering via their website through Toast. You can order online and easily pick up in-store.

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3 thoughts on “The Burger Joint in Sevierville This Native Says You Need To Try”

  1. If you didn’t have their fries and onion rings you missed out. Also, Graze has one of the best bourbon and whiskey selections in the county.

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  2. My go-to at Graze Burgers is the Tennessee Burger. I also get the Mad Greek Burger. I do not like feta and they had no problem with substituting gouda. The green tomatoes with pimento cheese is also fantastic!

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