June 17, 2022
Fresh Hospitality’s Biscuit Love and Taziki’s announce locations at Berry Farms
Biscuit Love and Taziki’s Mediterranean Café will move into Town Center at Berry Farms, with the first opening in fall 2022 and the latter welcoming customers in early 2023.
Developed by Boyle Investment Co., founded in 1933, Berry Farms is a 600-acre master planned community in Williamson County, blending shopping, restaurants, living and office space together.
“We are excited to join the Berry Farms community and reach more guests in Williamson County,” Sarah Worley, Biscuit Love CEO and co-founder, said in the release. “The neighborhood is full of opportunity and we can’t wait to serve this growing area.”
Founded in 2012 and started in an Airstream food truck, Biscuit Love has risen to Nashville stardom, as evidenced by the long lines that wrap around its buildings. The Berry Farms location marks its fourth in the Greater Nashville area.
“Middle Tennessee is a growth target for us due to its exploding population,” said Dan Simpson, Taziki’s CEO, in the release. “Fresh Hospitality has helped us expand into more markets, and we’re thrilled to be a part of the growing Berry Farms community.”
Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Taziki’s was founded in 1998 and has grown have 100 locations across 16 states.
Biscuit Love and Taziki’s are Fresh Hospitality’s first brands at Berry Farms, but Taziki’s and 55 South, another of its concepts, have locations at Boyle’s CityPark property in Brentwood.
“Boyle is very proud of our long and successful partnership with Fresh Hospitality, and we are honored that they desire to continue building community with us by expanding two more concepts into Town Center at Berry Farms,” said Grant Kinnett, who leads retail leasing at Boyle, in the release.
Nashville-based Fresh Hospitality has become a powerhouse in Music City, with a portfolio of over 20 brands, including the popular Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop.
ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT
600-acre, master planned, mixed use community with 1.8M SF retail, 3M SF office and 1,100 residential units
- Trade area is extremely underserved by retailers and restaurants
- One of the fastest growing residential submarkets in the region
- Unique, landmark community that is the Southern Gateway to Franklin
- Surrounding area is one of the highest concentrations of wealth in Williamson County
- Located at a major commuter intersection and I-65 exit
- Anchored by a new PUBLIX grocery store