Ever wish you could travel back in time to eat at classic Nashville restaurants now shuttered?

While you can’t exactly get the full experience of eating at Rotier’s, Gold Rush or Arnold’s, you may be able to come close thanks to another restaurant in town.

In a new monthly burger series, The Pharmacy Burger will pay homage to bygone Nashville businesses with the “Nashville burger time machine.”

Up first for resurrection is Rotier’s Restaurant, open from 1945 to 2021. Less than a block away from Centennial Park and in the shadow of Vanderbilt University, the restaurant was known for its burger on French bread.

The Pharmacy Burger’s version of the Rotier’s recipe will include a classic beef patty, extra cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles served on French bread. It will be available during the month of September.

Gold Rush, Edgefield Sports Bar & Grill, King Solomon Gyros, Arnold’s Country Kitchen and Omni Hut are all scheduled to be featured during the burger series.

The special burgers will be available at the restaurant’s McFerrin Avenue and Assembly Food Hall locations.

The idea for the burger series came from The Pharmacy Burger’s director of operations Daniel Frazier.

According to a release about the series, Frazier has been a burger lover his whole life, and he has a soft spot for legendary Nashville restaurants that have closed over the years. He wanted to pay homage to those who came before by recreating the most dearly missed dishes, the release noted.

The series is scheduled to run through February 2024, with a new burger every month.