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Some of our favorites around Leiper's Fork, Franklin & Nashville: 

High Brow Brew :  Enjoy craft coffee and ice cream located in Westhaven about 7 miles from Brigadoon.  We insist you visit this wonderful shop.  
Red Dog Wine & Spirits:  My favorite liquor store.  If you are seeking anything whiskey then this is by far the best choice.  Great people too!
Puckett's Grocery:  The hub of the village where everything is heard.  Great music almost every night.  Good barbecue and wings.
Joe Naturals:  Locally grown and prepared food served in the heart of the village.
Country Boy Restaurant:  A local family restaurant in The Fork for the past 42 years.  Enjoy breakfast all day.  
The Bunganut Pig:  A rustic atmosphere with live nightly music, delicious English-style fare, and fellowship beyond compare! 
Ching Asian Bistro:  Seven miles from The "Doon" is this tasty Chinese restaurant.  General Tso or Sesame Chicken are my choices.  
Papa Boudreaux's:  Take a drive to Santa Fe for a cajun experience unlike any other.  The food is awesome.  
55 South:  Comfort food from Memphis to New Orleans.
Zolo's:  Franklin's only boutique Italian restaurant, at least to our knowledge.  
Pueblo Real:  Among numerous Mexican choices in Franklin this one is still my favorite.  
Cork & Cow:  Arguably the best steak in Franklin.  
Red Pony Restaurant:  One of the most popular restaurants among locals.  The menu changes regularly and the cocktails won't disappoint.  
Saffire Restaurant:  A neighborhood restaurant with a warehouse feel offering modern updates to classical southern cuisine.  
Sweet Cece's:  Frozen yogurt and treats at 5 Points in Franklin.  
Bria Bistro:  Our favorite Italian restaurant in a rather unassuming location.  We have never been disappointed.  
Puckett's Boat House:  Seafood by the river in Franklin. 

Yeoman's in the Fork:  A world class book seller within a minute stroll.  The Fork's hidden jewel in our opinion.
Serenite Maison:  Ethereal.  Go inside and you will see what we mean.  
Antique Archaeology:  If tripping to Nashville peruse some of Mr. Wolfe's diverse collections from his travels.  
David Arms:  With a world wide following this amazing artist has taken up residence in a barn as you enter the village.  
The Copper Fox:  Celebrate the art of the american hand.  
Leiper's Creek Gallery:  An eclectic mix of artistic expression from around the world awaits.
West & Company:  A distinct shopping experience of vintage and western.  
Imogene & Willie:  One of the most amazing clothing experiences on the planet. 
Animalia:  The most amazing veterinary clinic you will ever experience.  My trio of Scotties love this place, particularly its toy store.   
The Factory:  A great mix of restaurants and shops, including a wonderful antique destination.  The Viking kitchen store is here too. 
William Powell Home & Garden:  Wow!  This boutique in Franklin represents an amazing collection of authentic vintage decor.  
Rare Prints Gallery:  Specializing in rare maps, botanicals and hard-to-find prints.
City Farmhouse:  Furniture and art reflecting a progression of styles that parallel with urban and country life.  
Wonders on Woodland:  An eclectic antique shop in East Nashville.  Trip here and grab a bite to eat at Marche.  
Gas Lamp Antiques:  I have bought more antiques from this establishment than any other.  Perhaps the largest in the Nashville area.  Visit both locations.  
Downtown Antique Mall:  A more visceral antique experience in my opinion.  If I had only one antique stop in Nashville this might be it.  
Winchester:  There isn't any junk here - only a wonderful cohabitation of items from both sides of the pond.  
Scarlett Scales:  A beautiful shop representing unique decor and antiques in downtown Franklin. 
Arbor Antiques:  I have succumbed to many items from this establishment.  Worth perusing for sure, with other shops nearby.  
Landmark Booksellers:  A rare book store in downtown Franklin.  

Franklin Canoe & Kayak Company:  Explore the Harpeth River that defines much of Williamson County.
Boiler Room Theatre:  Located in The Factory this 120-seat venue is the epitome of the intimate stage experience.  
Viking Store & Cooking School:  A high end experience in the kitchen class room and the showroom.  
Warner Parks:  The "Percy" experience is easily my favorite running experience in the area - will challenge you on every level.
Battle of Franklin Trust:  Visit The Carter House and Carnton Plantation.
Belle Meade Plantation:  This locale represents the debut of the most posh community in Nashville.  
Middle Tennessee Hot Air Adventures:  See Leiper's Fork from above.  Henry and Logan are local experts whom you can trust!
Lotz House:  American victorian furniture and collections coincide with the story of the Battle of Franklin.  
The Franklin Theatre:  A world class venue in the heart of the best main street in the South.  
The Frist:  Center for the visual arts.   
Radnor Lake:  The Walden Pond of middle Tennessee.
Arrington Vineyards:  Williamson County's only winery, at least by reputation.  
Iris City Gardens:  Imagine thousands of iris, daylillies and peonies in full bloom.
The Parthenon & Centennial Park:  Ancient Greece & Athena come to Nashville.  
St. Paul's Episcopal Church:  The door is never locked to this quaint, quiet space, open to anglicans and all.  
Cheekwood:  Nashville's country place era escape offering art, garden and festival experiences throughout the year.
The Hermitage:  Home of President Andrew Jackson.   
Natchez Trace Riding Stables:  I am not an equine connoisseur; however, this link will put you in touch with an area riding guide.  
Adventure Science Center:  Exhibits and escapes all science in nature with appeal to all ages.