Smashburger now has tots, and they’re everything we dreamed of


Just when you thought Smashburger couldn’t get any better, they went ahead and did it.

The restaurant chain that specializes in burgers, fries and shakes went and shook it up, adding Smashtots to their menu. 

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Smashtots are essentially a tater tot version of the Smashfries, which are tossed with olive oil, rosemary and garlic. In other words, pure deliciousness. 

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Smashtots are available now at Dayton-area Smashburger locations, including the following:

  • 1200 Brown St. Suite 190, Dayton 
  • 6731 Miller Lane, Dayton
  • 2315 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Dayton

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