Music City Roots at the Factory is known for its live broadcasts.
Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, is more than just a place to enjoy a good meal. It’s a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. With mismatched tables and chairs and an eclectic clientele of tourists, farmers, songwriters, and country music stars, it’s a restaurant serving up a dining experience unlike any other.
Many of Williamson County’s early settlers crossed mountain passes with their stills on their backs, bringing with them the time-honored tradition of creating hand-crafted small batch whiskey. It is with this same spirit of independence, fortitude, and perseverance that the folks strove to bring Leiper’s Fork Distillery to life.
It is their aim to resurrect the lost history and heritage of small batch whiskey production. In a world of mass production and corporate fads, it is our goal to achieve long-term authenticity by using age-old traditions, paying attention to every detail, and carrying unquenchable passion for the whiskey we produce. Located minutes away, Leiper’s Fork Distillery creates high-end premium whiskeys using local ingredients and pure limestone filtered water, resulting in superior whiskeys with a signature taste.
Located two blocks east of Franklin’s Main Street in an area known as The District, is an historic house, which has been converted into an eclectic music venue and restaurant called The Legendary Kimbro’s.
The building, comprised of a former neighborhood store and a Victorian cottage, make up the now legendary music venue. There’s a welcoming atmosphere that emanates the minute you walk through the door, whether it be a bartender introducing you to the very different vibe that is Kimbros, or a regular eager to host a tour.