Puckett’s Boat House to become Americana Taphouse

Puckett's Boathouse
Puckett's Boathouse near downtown Franklin is set to become the Americana Taphouse by the end of the year. Courtesy Sheridan PR

Puckett's Boathouse near downtown Franklin is set to become the Americana Taphouse by the end of the year. Courtesy Sheridan PR

Southern seafood restaurant Puckett’s Boathouse will soon take on a new concept as the Americana Taphouse, according to a Nov. 5 announcement from A. Marshall Hospitality.



“Being in the heart of Downtown Franklin, we saw a real opportunity to be part of the growth that is happening on and around Main Street,” Andy Marshall, CEO of A. Marshall Hospitality, said in a release. “We aim to stay in tune with what our guests are looking for and believe Americana Taphouse will fill the void for a beer-focused concept that’s long been desired by our area’s locals and visitors.”



The taphouse, which is slated to open towards the end of the year at 94 E. Main St., Franklin, will feature an extensive beer menu and southern takes on classic American dishes like burgers, tacos and sandwiches, while a few of the menu items from Puckett’s Boathouse will remain on the menu.



Puckett’s Boathouse is expected to remain open while the restaurant undergoes the cosmetic changes and design updates to become Americana Taphouse. www.amarshallhospitality.com



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