November 10, 2016

Franklin Home Page

The popular 24-hour diner Huddle House is calling its next play by putting Franklin on its map.

The restaurant was founded in 1964 by John Sparks. Inspired by a football team huddled at a restaurant, he set out to make a place to gather for food, family and friends.

Serving any meal anytime, restaurant goers can order from the all-American menu, which features everything from burgers to waffles. Huddle House offers 10 meals on their menu for $4.99, which include your choice of tea, coffee or soda.

Christina Chambers, VP of franchise development for Huddle House, recently announced that the company’s strategic franchise growth initiative is specifically targeting expansion in Franklin.

Chambers said the company’s decision to target the area comes as the brand continues to consistently achieve its objectives, experiencing 24 months of same-store sales increases. It plans to continue with the well-managed franchise expansion plan, and an unwavering focus on serving freshly prepared, quality home-style food in a welcoming, friendly atmosphere.

Huddle House currently has more than 363 locations open, 23 of these in Tennessee with the closest location to Williamson County in Lewisburg.

Currently, there are an additional 42 restaurants in development throughout the country with plans to add two to three locations in the Middle Tennessee area.

There’s no word yet on where exactly Huddle House will be located.