Take a look at some of the new retailers in Franklin and Brentwood

Drybar is now open at Hill Center Brentwood.
Courtesy Drybar
Drybar is now open at Hill Center Brentwood. Courtesy Drybar

Drybar is now open at Hill Center Brentwood. Courtesy Drybar

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These retailers opened in the Franklin and Brentwood area in 2019 or will open in 2020



Beauty

1. Blo Blow Dry Bar

1556 McEwen Drive, Ste. 130, Franklin


615-905-9957

www.blomedry.com

2. Deka Lash

1556 W. McEwen Drive, Ste. 108, Franklin

615-997-1974

www.dekalash.com

3. Drybar

213 Franklin Road, Ste. 100, Brentwood

877-379-2279

www.thedrybar.com

Clothes/Shoes

4. Dry Goods

1800 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 1240, Franklin

615-814-0146

www.drygoodsusa.com

5. Duluth Trading Co.

1725 Galleria Blvd., Franklin

615-716-1123

www.duluthtrading.com

6. Inflair Boutique

330 Mayfield Drive, Ste. C9, Franklin

631-413-5848

www.inflairboutique.com

7. Vinnie Louise

400 Main St., Ste. 120, Franklin

615-477-7879

www.vinnielouise.com

Food/Beverage

8. Brentwood Market and Deli

925 Franklin Road, Brentwood

615-645-9967

www.serveitupnashville.com

9. Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop

5050 Carothers Parkway, Ste. 104, Franklin

615-472-8075

www.buttermilkskypie.com

10. Crumbl Cookies

18 Cadillac Drive, Brentwood

615-267-3161

www.crumblcookies.com

11. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream

McEwen Northside, Franklin

www.jenis.com

Coming spring 2020

12 Olivia Olive Oil

159 First Ave. N., Franklin

www.oliviaevoo.com

Coming early 2020

13 Sweet Charlie’s

430 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin

267-841-7655

www.sweetcharlies.com

14 Tiff’s Treats

McEwen Northside, Franklin

www.cookiedelivery.com

Coming early 2020

15. tiny little donuts

1203 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin

https://tinylittledonuts.com

Gifts

16. AbbyLeigh Gifts & Home

5015 Hughes Crossings, Ste. 135, Franklin

615-465-6502

www.facebook.com/theshoppesonmain

17. The Merrystem

117 Fifth Ave. N., Franklin

615- 807-2394 | www.themerrystem.com

Health

18. Gabberdunes Hemp Franklin

400 Downs Blvd., Franklin

615-472-8675

www.facebook.com/gabberduneshempfranklin

19 Grassland CBD

2187 Hillsboro Road, Ste. 300, Franklin

www.facebook.com/grasslandcbd

20. The Holistic Connection

1722 General George Patton Drive, Ste. 100A, Brentwood

615-864-7014

www.theholisticconnectiontn.com

21. Kron CBD

123 Franklin Road, Brentwood

www.facebook.com/kronlife4me

22 LiveGreen

113 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 414, Franklin

615-551-2969

www.thelivegreenstore.com

23. Nashville CBD Solutions

150 Pewitt Drive, Brentwood

615-873-1269

www.tncbdsolutions.com

Hobbies

24. Third Coast Clay

3078 Maddux Way, Ste. 100, Franklin

615-599-2200

www.thirdcoastclay.com

Home & Vintage

25. Farm Fresh Vintage Finds

1911 Columbia Ave., Franklin

615-519-1500

www.farmfreshvintagefinds.com

26. Fork of the South General Store

230 Franklin Road, Franklin

www.forkofthesouth.com

27 Painted Tree Marketplace

1113 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin

844-762-3342

www.paintedtreemarketplace.com

28 Sage Sleep

432-434 Main St., Franklin

615-807-2393

www.sagesleepfranklin.com

29 Storehouse No. 9

320 Fourth Ave. N., Franklin

615-484-8922

www.storehouseno9.com

30. Urban Thrifter

230 Franklin Road, Franklin

www.cityfarmhousefranklin.com/thrift-store

31. Vintage, TN

230 Franklin Road, Franklin

615-721-7130

www.vintagetn.com

Jewelry

32 Franklin Fine Jewelry

300 Public Square, Franklin

615-472-8906

www.facebook.com/franklinfinejewelry

Pets

33. PetPeople

225 Franklin Road, Brentwood

www.petpeoplestores.com

Coming early 2020

This list is not comprehensive of all retailers in Franklin and Brentwood.
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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