Just Love Coffee and Vintage Vine 100 to open in McEwen Northside development

McEwen Northside
Coffee shop Just Love Coffee and wine bar Vintage Vine 100 are coming to the McEwen Northside development in spring 2020. (Courtesy Boyle Investment Company)

Coffee shop Just Love Coffee and wine bar Vintage Vine 100 are coming to the McEwen Northside development in spring 2020. (Courtesy Boyle Investment Company)

Coffee shop Just Love Coffee and wine bar Vintage Vine 100 are coming to the McEwen Northside development at 4000 Rush St., Franklin, and are slated to open this spring.



Just Love Coffee produces specialty roast coffee and will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. The coffee shop will also serve teas, signature lattes and artisanal waffles.



Vintage Vine 100 will serve more than 100 varieties of wine by the glass along with beer and bourbon options.



“We are thrilled to have Just Love Coffee and Vintage Vine 100 at McEwen Northside,” Phil Fawcett, a partner in the development of McEwen Northside, said in a press release. “Both businesses add a great service to this community as we continue to build an impressive list of diverse tenants, making McEwen Northside an attractive destination not just for residents of the Franklin area, but the Greater Nashville community as a whole.”



The 45-acre development is slated to open in 2020 and will include office space, shopping, dining, a hotel, apartment units and greenspace. www.mcewennorthside.com



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