Franklin’s Berry Farms community to host popular Greek restaurant and cookie restaurant

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Two Fresh Hospitality restaurants, Taziki’s Mediterranean Café and Biscuit Love, have announced new iconic locations in downtown Berry Farms, the carefully planned and walkable mixed-use community of Franklin, Tennessee.

The addition of Biscuit Love and Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe marks Fresh Hospitality’s first foray into downtown Berry Farms, claiming prime real estate and creating jobs in the submarket and upscale neighborhood in Franklin’s rapid growth. Although new to Berry Farms, Fresh Hospitality has a long-standing relationship with Boyle Investment Company, developer of Berry Farms. These two new locations will mark Fresh Hospitality’s fifth physical locations at Boyle properties, including CityPark in Brentwood.

“Boyle is very proud of our long and successful partnership with Fresh Hospitality, and we are honored that they want to continue building a community with us by developing two more concepts in downtown Berry Farms,” said Grant Kinnett, who runs retail leasing in Boyle.

Biscuit Love is a local family business that serves breakfast and lunch favorites daily and uses local ingredients. With the goal of giving back to the neighborhoods around them, founders Karl and Sarah Worley are passionate about creating spaces to share meals with loved ones and building a sustainable system that allows them to care for their employees and to benefit the local community. The Berry Farms location is scheduled to open in early fall 2022, marking Biscuit Love’s fourth location in the Nashville and Franklin areas. Biscuit Love will join other downtown retailers like Club Pilates, F45 Training and Dee-O-Gee.

“We are excited to join the Berry Farms community and reach more guests in Williamson County,” said Sarah Worley, CEO and Co-Founder of Biscuit Love. “The neighborhood is full of opportunity and we look forward to serving this growing area.”

Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe has nearly 100 locations in 16 states and plans to open its downtown location in early 2023. Well known for its Mediterranean and Southern fusion cuisine and filled with authentic imported and US-grown ingredients- United, Taziki’s continued to attract a loyal following. .

“Middle Tennessee is a growth target for us because of its exploding population,” said Dan Simpson, CEO of Taziki. “Fresh Hospitality has helped us expand into more markets, and we’re excited to be part of the growing Berry Farms community.”

Town Center is the latest addition to the sought-after Berry Farms development, comprising 585,000 square feet of Class A office space, 550,000 square feet of retail space, Town Center at Berry Farms Apartments and 650 residential units. Berry Farms blends residential living with shopping, play and work in growing Franklin. The planned community is pedestrian-friendly with expansive open green spaces, historic parks and pedestrian greenways connecting 600 acres.

Biscuit Love and Taziki’s Mediterranean Café will join other retail, food and service tenants in the Berry Farms community, including Chick-fil-A, Crestmark, Holiday Inn Express, Residence Inn by Marriott and Publix; office tenants Aetna, Lee Company, Ramsey Solutions, Tennessee Baptist Mission Board and Trexis Insurance; and many more, all near the upscale, walkable residential neighborhood of Berry Farms.

For more information please contact:

Ellie Morris, MP&F Strategic Communications, (615) 259-4000, [email protected].

For inquiries regarding retail, restaurant or office leasing, please contact Lizzeth Castro at [email protected] or visit

About Berry Farms

Berry Farms is a unique planned community located in Franklin, Tennessee, in the heart of one of the nation’s wealthiest and fastest growing counties. Conveniently located at the Interstate 65/Peytonsville Road (Goose Creek Bypass) interchange, Berry Farms is strategically located for easy access and growth. Berry Farms represents a classic new way to live, work and play that changes not only how a community looks, but how it feels. And with a preserved history that dates back to the early 1800s, the property has a fascinating story to tell.

About the love of cookies

Founded by husband and wife team Karl and Sarah Worley in 2012, Biscuit Love was built on a dream of serving delicious Nashville cookies, baked with love. Locally owned and family-run, the fast-casual restaurant offers breakfast and lunch favorites with a twist from three central Tennessee locations. Every item on the menu is made from scratch, and the Worleys stay true to their commitment to sourcing from local vendors and actively giving back to the community. From its opening, Biscuit Love has far exceeded industry standards for employee care, and the Worleys believe that prioritizing sustainable employee care models as well as mentoring opportunities within the industry is an essential element to promote the growth of people and companies. The brand started as a food truck with a devoted following before opening its first physical location in the Gulch in 2015. Since then, two additional locations have opened in some of Middle Tennessee’s busiest neighborhoods (Hillsboro Village and Downtown -historic town of Franklin.), with Biscuit Love’s first out-of-state expansion slated for a late 2022 opening in Birmingham, Ala. At Biscuit Love, it’s all about #breakfastforgood.

About Taziki

Founded by Keith and Amy Richards in 1998, Taziki’s Mediterranean Café is headquartered in Birmingham, Ala. Taziki’s is a new celebration of the Mediterranean diet with a colorful menu that offers artisanal, refined and affordable dishes the whole family enjoys. Much of the original menu is still the same, with increased efficiency in process and technology to make the brand a scalable systems-focused operation. Taziki’s continues to grow, with over 90 locations in operation today. With opportunities in every state, Taziki’s has an extensive network of franchise partner resources that enables anyone to bring the Mediterranean lifestyle to their neighborhood. To learn more about how to own a piece of the Mediterranean, For more information, visit


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