What started in 2012 as a humble food truck in Franklin has grown into five storefronts across Middle Tennessee and in Alabama. Now Biscuit Love, a popular brunch spot founded by Karl and Sarah Worley, is returning to its roots and opening its newest location in Berry Farms in Franklin.

“We’re really excited to expand the Williamson County footprint with a second Franklin location,” said Sarah Worley.

The couple began their Biscuit Love journey in Franklin over a decade ago, and after expanding to downtown Franklin, the Gulch and Hillsboro Village in Nashville, and Birmingham, Alabama, they decided to come back to Franklin with a new look.

“This is the first Middle Tennessee location opening since our rebrand in 2020, so the aesthetic of this location is notably different from the other three in Nashville,” said Worley.

The new restaurant leans into diner nostalgia with a design that evokes “’brunch at Grannie’s’ with a modern flair,” according to a press release and creative director Becca Wildsmith.

Even the location lends itself to a neighborhood diner feel. Berry Farms, a mixed-use development, allows residents to work, shop and play within their own neighborhood.

“Berry Farms feels truly like a neighborhood,” said Worley. “It’s been such a fun opening getting to know the folks in the neighborhood and experiencing exactly what the developers had planned when mapping out Berry Farms.”

The menu at the new location will remain familiar to Biscuit Love fans. Everything from the popular B-Roll, biscuit cinnamon roll, to the East Nasty, chicken biscuit sandwich, will be available at the new location thanks to its culinary director, Lisa Marie White, and the Biscuit Love team.

Biscuit Love at Berry Farms held its grand opening Aug. 25 and is now open regular hours for the community to enjoy delicious breakfast dishes. Worley said she expected some excitement around the opening but was shocked at the outpouring of support they received.

“We have been incredibly humbled by the neighborhood’s support of the restaurant opening,” Worley said. “We [are] overwhelmed by how supportive the community has been.”

Check out the menu and more information about the new location at www.biscuitlove.com.

By Williamson Herald