Sweet news from Matt Rogers at Eater Nashville: Locally owned startup bakery Five Daughters is adding a retail presence not just at its production center in The Factory at Franklin but also in 12South space that had housed the Corrieri's cheese shop. Look for openings later this fall.
Meek says that right now about 80 percent of their current demand is for doughnuts, including '100 Layer,' stuffed and 'paleo crushers.' But they also offer options such as kouign amaan (a crispy, caramelized croissant), cupcakes, custom cakes, biscuits, cinammon rolls and more, utilizing primarily local and organic ingredients.
Matt Rogers at Eater Nashville has some good details about the progress being made on Bar Luca just off Gallatin Road in East Nashville, near Barista Parlor. The wine bar and restaurant will be able to house about 50 guests and is scheduled to open its doors in November.
Hunt Brothers Pizza has since June set up a presence at five U.S. Army or Air Force bases in Germany. The local company's stations are inside other retailers operating under the Army & Air Force Exchange Service banner. Check out more info here.
Sprinkles Cupcakes plans to open its first Tennessee store on 12South this winter. Officials say the store will sell cupcakes, cookies and ice cream and feature a Cupcake ATM that will run around the clock.
The California-based chain, which was launched 10 years ago and now runs almost 20 locations in a handful of states as well as Washington D.C., will take up space in the Beckers Corner development being spearheaded by The Shop Trust.
Maneet Chauhan — the New York- and Nashville-based chef whose Chauhan Ale and Masala House in the North Gulch has captured attention, in part, for its Indian-spiced beer — will team with Derrick Morse of Cool Springs Brewery to operate a microbrewery in the Franklin space Turtle Anarchy will soon vacate. The facility will brew, among others, some Indian cuisine-influenced beers.
Chris Chamberlain, who knows his craft ales and lagers, has the details here at Post sister pub Nashville Scene.
The managers of Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream have had to delay the opening of their store in Hillsboro Village after safety tests turned up more evidence of listeria bacteria. There's no timeline on whether production in Ohio will resume. Read more here.
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