New Wine Bar Opens in Franklin

Vintage Vine 100
photo by Donna Vissman

A new wine bar is open in Cool Springs at McEwen Northside.

Vintage Vine 100 is holding a soft opening with limited hours. You can visit the wine bar Monday – Saturday, 3 pm – 10 pm, and Sunday, noon – 8 pm.

While you are there take in the views from one of the few rooftops in Franklin overlooking McEwen Northside, then make sure to take a photo with the newly created Kelsey Montague mural on the side of the building.

Vintage Vine 100 is one of  McEwen Northside’s jewel boxes, facing Jeni’s Ice Cream. At the wine bar, you can find more than 100 fine wines by the glass. In addition to wine, Vintage Vine 100 will serve beer and bourbon.

They are currently hiring, those interested in employment should email to apply.

Darlene Bailey Thompson, the owner of Vintage Vine 100 and a longtime Franklin resident, chose McEwen Northside for the launch of the wine bar because of its multi-use space, excellent visibility, ease of parking, and the high volume of anticipated foot traffic that comes with this location.

At McEwen Northside,  Just Love Coffee, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Tiff’s Treats, Club Pilates, Mitsubishi, Perry’s Steakhouse, PROSE Nail Salon, recently opened.

Located at 4000 Rush St., Franklin, Tenn., McEwen Northside is currently under construction. Set to open in 2020, the 45-acre development will feature 750,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of restaurants and specialty retail, a 150-room hotel, and beautifully designed green spaces. McEwen Northside will also feature 580 luxury residential units. The sophisticated apartment homes will be available for pre-leasing in early 2020 and are expected to open in the spring.

About McEwen Northside
McEwen Northside is a walkable urban village, bringing vibrancy and flair to a suburban setting. A Northwood Ravin and Boyle Investment Company venture, it is the only development in Cool Springs that offers fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and greenspace. Among the largest and most expensive commercial projects in Williamson County, McEwen Northside offers easy access to I-65, widening the talent pool for local companies and providing a central location for retailers in one of the most desirable retail markets in the country. The thoughtfully planned urban hot spot will be home to a mix of first-to-market concepts and local brands, as well as interactive greenspaces designed to bring people together and foster community. For additional information about McEwen Northside, visit