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Biscuit Love Is Now Open for Business in Franklin

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Eater Nashville

Earlier this morning, the biscuits began to flow just south of town in historic downtown Franklin, as Biscuit Love officially opened its first location outside of Nashville proper.

Located at 132 3rd Ave. S. just a stone’s throw from the city’s public square, Karl and Sarah Worley’s third outpost of the incredibly popular breakfast and lunch spot is housed in the Corn House, a beautiful two-story Queen Anne-style building dating back to 1892. The exterior has remained untouched during the opening process, with the interior receiving cosmetic work.

The restaurant seats 90 in its three interior dining areas, with a large covered patio out back that will offer an additional 60 seats when it opens in the spring. The upstairs will eventually be used for private dining, something that hasn’t been a possibility at their Gulch and Hillsboro Village locations due to space limitations.

So go get all your Biscuit Love favorites served seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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