10 Places to Get Breakfast in Williamson County

Puckett's Breakfast

Looking for some great local breakfast options? Look no further! Williamson County has plenty to offer, whether you’re looking for breakfast, brunch or something small to go, we have it all.

In no particular order, here are 10 breakfast places to try in Williamson County.











1. Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant
120 4th Ave S, Franklin

Puckett’s Restaurant & Grocery has classic southern breakfast and brunch options. If you like pancakes, you’ve got to try the Southern Stack – sweet potato pancakes topped with pulled pork, fried apples, sunny side egg and a side of home fries.

Also a fan favorite is The King’s French Toast, comprised of brioche bread, filled with bananas and peanut butter, then egg dipped and pan-fried. Another classic is the Texas Two-Step, a cornbread waffle and slow-smoked brisket hash with peppers and onions, served with a side of home fries. Topped with a fried egg.

About Puckett’s
The story of Puckett’s goes back to the 1950s and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork. The namesake country store served communities in rural Tennessee for years. It was a place to grab the week’s groceries or fill a tank of gas.

Andy Marshall grew up in the grocery business. When he launched his own career in the industry at the age of 26, it led to the entrepreneur owning several Piggly Wiggly stores across the Southeast. In the mid-1990s, Andy Marshall’s love of food, music and community began to steer him in a different direction. His desire was to serve one small town with just one store, where he could also offer home-cooked family recipes to the community he was serving. So in 1998, he decided to sell all of his stores and purchase what he considered a little gem, called Puckett’s Grocery.

In 2002, Andy transformed the grocery into a restaurant and music venue. dining experience and music programs. The menus boasted of both the store and the Marshall’s Tennessee heritage, with Puckett’s own special spin.

Puckett’s focuses on providing friends new and old with great food and Southern hospitality. This “community kitchen,” is a great place to go, whether it’s for the soul food or to hear a live pickin’ performance just a few feet away from your table. Authentic comfort food—barbecue smoked slow over cherry wood, the home-cooked sides and classic breakfast items.