The two areas in Franklin with the biggest restaurant boom in 2016 were CoolSprings Galleria and Berry Farms.  At the Galleria, there were three restaurants that opened this year. A new development south of Franklin, Berry Farms, has grown from just a neighborhood to a work, play, and eat destination. See our list of the restaurants that opened in Franklin in 2016.

CoolSprings Galleria 

Kings Bowl
A place for eating, bowling and entertainment. Kings Bowl houses three venues under one roof with two different bars, 16 lanes to bowl, and four-lane private bowling room.
1910 Galleria Boulevard
(844) 683-4500
Hours Monday – Thursday: 11am – 12am, Friday – Saturday: 11am – 1am, Sunday: 11am – 10pm


Connors Steak & Seafood
Guests will enjoy the finest steaks and seafood grilled over mesquite wood fires, along with chef-prepared pastas, gourmet salads and tantalizing desserts, as well as a carefully thought out wine menu featuring top wines from around the world.

1916 Galleria Boulevard
(615) 771-5333
Hours- Monday – Thursday 11 am – 10 pm, Friday – Saturday 11 am – 11 pm, Sunday 11 am -10 pm.

Kona Grill
Known for their global menu that features contemporary American favorites, award-winning sushi, and specialty cocktails — all made from scratch using only the freshest ingredients.

1914 Galleria Boulevard
(615) 606-3310
Hours- Monday – Saturday 10 am – 9pm and Sunday Noon- 6pm.

Berry Farms 

Soulshine Pizza Factory
Opening its fifth location in Franklin, Soulshine Pizza brings award-winning pizza, artisan sandwiches and more all in a lively, family-friendly and soul-filled environment.

4021 Hughes Crossing suite 101
(615) 379-7767
Hours- Sunday- Thursday 11 am – 9pm, Friday – Saturday 11 am -10 pm

Whit’s Frozen Custard
Serving frozen custard made fresh daily featuring three flavors – vanilla, chocolate, and Whit’s special weekly flavor.

4020 Hughes Crossing
(615) 472-8774
Hours- Monday through Thursday, 12:30 – 8:30 pm, Friday and Saturday,12:30 pm – 9:30pm  and Sunday  2:30 pm until 8 pm.

Tito’s Mexcian
Tito’s is a family owned business with a restaurant on Port Royal Pkwy in Spring Hill and is also the owner of Pueblo Real Mexican Restaurant at 1340 Main Street in Franklin.

4001 Hughes Crossing
(615) 595-2500
Hours Monday- Saturday 11 am – 10pm, Sunday 10:30 am -9 pm

Franklin 

Pieology
At Pieology, they interact with customers to bring your handcrafted pizza to life, baking your creation on an open-flame oven and ready to eat in under 3 minutes.

346 Main Street
(615) 716-8414
Hours Sunday – Thursday 11 am-10 pm, Friday – Saturday 11am -11pm.

Scout’s Pub
It’s an upscale, modern pub, that opened in Westhaven this past summer.  The menu will changes seasonally, and continues the A. Marshall family group of eateries which includes Puckett’s Grocery and Puckett’s Boathouse.

158 Front Street, Suite 120
(615) 721-5993
Hours Sunday – Thursday 11 am – 9pm, Friday- Saturday 11 am – 10 pm.

The Perch
Opening their second lcoation in Williamson County this year. Whether it is a sweet or savory crepe, warm bacon spinach salad, or Nutella waffle… indulge! Just remember,coffee and crepes make the world a happier place, at least we think so.

110 Front Street
(615) 465-6999
Hours – Monday – Friday 7am – 5pm, Saturday 8 am- 3 pm, Sunday 9 am – 2pm.

Buffalo Wings & Rings
A family-friendly restaurant featuring  fresh – never frozen – wings with 12 flavors and two dry seasonings. You can also order your wings as hot or mild as you like. Menu also features a variety of delicious options from salads to burgers as well as a number of other choices to include each member of the family.

105 International Drive
(615) 224-3380
Hours Monday- Thursday 10:30 am – 11 pm, Friday – Saturday 10:30 am – Midnight,and Sunday 11 am – 9m.

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