Franklin Mercantile Deli

Graeme and Corrie Asch built their home in Leiper’s Fork in 1998. One year later, they opened The Franklin Mercantile Deli in Historic Downtown Franklin, TN. They both come from large, southern families with great cooks. Graeme grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and likes his food to have more “zing”. Corrie grew up in Dickson, Tennessee and loves baking desserts and cooking “southern comfort” foods. The combination creates the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner!  They love living in the country with their children and love being a part of Historic Downtown Franklin. Come by and see them!

615.790.9730  Sun – Sat 7am-3pm

Sunday – Saturday [7am-3pm]    •   100 4th Avenue North, Downtown Franklin, TN 37064

Frothy Monkey

A restaurant & coffeehouse serving coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner, beer, wine, cocktails. We bake our own bread & pastries, roast our own coffee.

Frothy Monkey has been a staple in the Nashville community since 2004. Our chef driven menu offers breakfast, brunch every day, kids menu, lunch + dinner with expanded beverage offerings including coffeehouse standards as well as craft beer, wine + cocktails. We feature creative folks using local ingredients to prepare original dishes served in a cozy and approachable atmosphere. Our relationships with farmers and others who care about where ingredients come from is at the center of who we are.

Locations include 12th Avenue South, 8th Avenue South at Grimey’s Too, and 5th Avenue North in Nashville, TN as well as in Downtown Franklin, TN. Frothy Monkey Roasting Company is located at 613 Ewing Ave in Nashville. BAKERY by frothy monkey is in East Nashville (www.bakerybyfrothymonkey.com).
Visit www.frothymonkey.com for more details. twitter + instagram: @frothymonkey

125 5th ave south
franklin, tn 37064

p: 615-600-4756 x3

Americana Taphouse

Americana Taphouse offers traditional food with a robust selection of craft beer in a fun, relaxed, family environment that will appeal to any generation. The menu features Southern takes on American classics like burgers, sandwiches, tacos and creative entrées thoughtfully curated to pair with the 24 beers on tap.

94 E Main St, Franklin, TN 37064

Americana Taphouse is open for dine in and curbside takeout!
Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm
Fri & Sat 11am-10pm

Ruby Sunshine

Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group brings the unique flavors and hospitality of New Orleans to everyday breakfast and brunch.

231 Public Square, Franklin, TN 37064
(615) 716-3711

We are OPEN for dine-in table service

M-F: 7:30am-2pm and until 3pm on weekends.

THE GRILLED CHEESERIE

OPEN DAILY 11AM – 9PM

Created by husband and wife team Joseph Bogan and Crystal De Luna-Bogan, a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, The Grilled Cheeserie is Nashville’s favorite food truck turned brick & mortar restaurant with 2 more locations coming late spring / early summer 2019. They serve up gourmet grilled cheese melts and nostalgic treats featuring seasonally inspired, responsibly sourced products. They’ve transformed this classic dish into an entirely new experience by taking a fine dining approach to its preparation. Joseph and Crystal’s love for their planet motivates them to use all compostable packaging to leave a small footprint as they grow. They also view their business as a platform to help educate people on the importance of knowing where your food comes from. Joseph and Crystal’s hard work was rewarded when The Grilled Cheeserie was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Guy’s Grocery Games. They were also featured on The Cooking Channel’s Eat St., voted Best Food Truck in The Nashville Scene 8 years running, and were listed #3 on Mobile-Cuisine’s Top 10 Most Influential Food Trucks  #7 on thedailymeal.com’s 101 Best Food Trucks in America in 2015, and were honored with the 2016 Chairman’s Award for Small Businesses by the Nashville Business Incubation Center.

2003 Belcourt Ave
Nashville, TN 37212

CORK & COW

Chef Jason McConnell opened Cork & Cow in 2011. Our restaurant emphasizes both great steaks and wine. Cork & Cow features over 100 bottles of wine, an exceptional cocktail program, extensive cuts of steak and exceptional seafood.

The menu changes up to eight times a year to showcase the season’s best offerings. Ingredients are sourced locally as often as possible and an attention to the exceptional can be seen in dishes like the Tomahawk.

403 Main St.
Franklin TN 37064

Sunday-Thursday 5-9pm
Friday & Saturday 5-10pm
Bar Opens Daily at 4pm

PUCKETT’S

Puckett’s roots stretch way back to the 1950’s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. Ever since then we’ve been focused on providing friends, new and old, with great food and Southern hospitality. Six restaurants later, that aim still rings true. Puckett’s has built a name on hosting live, local musical acts and serving Southern staples. Authentic comfort food classics, like the meat & 3 specials and our famous slow-smoked BBQ, in a laid-back and downhome atmosphere is what we aim for you to remember. We hope you’ll come visit us soon!

120 4th Ave S
Franklin, TN 37064

Merridee’s Breadbasket

Merridee’s Breadbasket is a bakery and restaurant located in downtown Franklin, TN.

Merridee McCray, the founder of Merridee’s Breadbasket, grew up baking breads, pies and sweets from scratch with her mother. It was a tradition passed on to her by her grandmother, Anna Maria Faust, who once served as head cook for the Pillsbury family. When Merridee passed away in 1993, Jim Kreider bought Merridee’s Breadbasket. Today, Jim and his exceptional team are still making everything from scratch, creating products that not only have a great taste, but are nutritional as well. Merridee’s features a variety of baked goods, homemade soups, quiches and fresh salads.

108 4th Ave S, Franklin, TN 37064

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(615) 790-3755

Gray’s on Main

332 Main Street, Franklin, TN 37064

Set in a ca. 1876 Victorian building in Historic Downtown Franklin, Tenn., the Gray Drug Co. was a landmark pharmacy here for nearly a century. In 2013, after careful restoration, the three-story GRAY’S on Main was unveiled, honoring Tennessee’s cultural heritage through fresh spirits, flavors and sounds.

Eclectic and traditional, GRAY’S menu reflects the best of the South in food, with a focus on locally and regionally sourced ingredients. The second floor bar and music hall features handcrafted epicurean cocktails that celebrate the brandy culture of the late 19th century, along with live performances from the best Music City has to offer. The third story holds a casual yet elegant space for SOCIETY supper club members—along with the only public third-floor view of downtown Franklin’s Main Street.


Local Flavor

Housed in one of the most historic buildings in downtown Franklin, GRAY’S on Main places a modern flourish on Southern culinary traditions. The kitchen is dedicated to creating clean and complex profiles that represent the roots of our culture—with a bit of global influence sprinkled in.

In the South, social hour revolves around our food and our drink. The GRAY’S menu concept encourages guests to carry on this tradition by passing the plate—or the pitcher—through our shared dishes and spirits. Of course, our chef and cocktail tastemakers have prepared several entrée and drink options for those who want to satisfy their own particular palates.

Because the GRAY’S menu is ingredient-driven, offerings change seasonally. The culinary team purposefully picks a majority of locally grown ingredients, so that their knowledge can help each dish’s unique flavor thrive.


Vintage Spirits

The GRAY’S bar program applauds vintage epicurean spirits and a cocktail menu that closely coincides with the kitchen’s seasonal pairings. Our bar program director, Brandon Thomson, has created a handcrafted menu unlike anything in the country, reflecting not only the restaurant’s original roots, but also the drink culture of the late 19th century. Influenced by “The Golden Age of the American Cocktail,” the bar program follows the marks of that period: one full of creation, experimentation and vigor, with a focus on brandy-inspired libations.

1892

A Leiper’s Fork Restaurant in the heart of the village.

Hours:
Wednesday – Sunday
Lunch 11-3/ No reservations

Dinner 5-8/Reservations Recommended
615.614.3964

COUNTRY BOY RESTAURANT

Country Boy Restaurant is a family restaurant, run by families, serving up high-quality vittles with a sweet slice of southern hospitality. The oldest running diner in the county, Country Boy has made its mark by serving classic southern meals in a homestyle fashion and making you feel right at home on every visit.

Hours:
Tuesday & Wednesday: 6:30am – 2pm
Thursday & Friday: 6:30am – 8pm
Saturday: 7am – 8pm
Sunday: 7am – 2pm

4144 Old Hillsboro Road
Franklin, 37064
(615) 721-8109

Puckett’s of Leiper’s Fork

Puckett’s has served as a staple in the Leiper’s Fork Community for more than 60 years.

Whether you’re searching for fresh groceries and a good southern meal, or a tank of gas and a place to catch up with friends, Puckett’s Grocery has everything you need.

Contact & Reservations:
(615) 794-1308
4142 Old Hillsboro Road
Leiper’s Fork, TN 37064

Whataburger – Ridgeland, MS

Whataburger
800 East County Line Road
601-956-6466
7 days a week: 24 hours a day
whataburger.com

Little Caesars Pizza – Ridgeland, MS

Little Caesars Pizza
400B Highway 51 North
601-853-8766
7 days a week: 10:30 am – 10 pm
littlecaesars.com

4 Top Catering – Ridgeland, MS

4 Top Catering
601-968-7575
4topcatering.com

A Catered Affair – Ridgeland, MS

A Catered Affair
854 Centre Street, Ste 2A
601-212-0016

Starbucks – Ridgeland, MS

Starbucks
990 Highland Colony Parkway
601-853-6911
Mon-Sun: 6 am – 9:30 pm

Starbucks – Ridgeland, MS

Starbucks inside Barnes & Noble
1000 Highland Colony Parkway, Ste 3009
601-605-4028