The Pharmacy Burger Parlor is Headed to Franklin TN

The Pharmacy Burgers is Headed to Franklin TN
The Factory Franklin TN

The Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden will be opening at the Factory in 2017.

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Nashville’s “Wurst-Burger” Joint is also its original biergarten, boasting an impressive selection of German wurst and bier, as well as an old-school soda fountain serving legendary phosphates, milkshakes, and ice cream sodas.

The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden believes in serving the very best products at the very best value. We use 100% Tennessee-raised beef for our legendary burgers and 100% pure cane sugar in our sodas. We boast Music City’s hardest-working kitchen that grinds, stuffs, and smokes every wurst (sausage) that we serve. We prefer to craft our condiments as opposed to purchasing them. Our beer selection is the most unique and meticulously-selected you’re likely to find. Our biergarten is so welcoming and beautiful, that you will find yourself listlessly wasting hours at a time without noticing. We are proud of our accolades, but take more pride in our community. A great day is when everyone leaves happy. We are always glad that you came, and even happier to see you return.

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The Factory Franklin TN
The Factory at Franklin is a one-of-a-kind retail and entertainment complex listed in the National Register of Historic Places and in near proximity to the nationally-recognized Main Street of Franklin, Tennessee. Its restaurants and storefronts present distinct and varied offerings showcasing local culture and artisan goods. Three unique venues, totaling 30,000 square feet and also available for private use, host an increasing number of concerts, plays, and other entertainment events throughout the year.

The Factory was built in 1929 and served as the home of Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef, and later the Jamison Bedding Company.  Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, the campus was purchased and renovated by local developer Calvin Lehew in 1996, preserving many of The Factory’s original features and architectural details in a new mixed-use design.
Another change in ownership in 2012 led to a renewed vision and a mission-driven approach to revitalizing the property. The Factory at Franklin is on its way to becoming an interactive cultural destination for excellence in the performance and visual arts, dining, and retail experience.

What’s Cookin’ Franklin
Info@WhatsCookinFranklin.com 
615-673-1112

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