It's Time For a Fiesta in #FranklinTN (Here Are 5 Ways How)!
Tacos. For the win! Who doesn’t love them? There are emojis of them and even a day of the week named for them (hello, Taco Tuesday). It’s one of my go-to meals to plan for a get together with friends. No two tacos are the same, and they pair great with drinks. The classic street food has grown increasingly popular over the last few years, and you don’t even have to go south of the border to celebrate the best of the best this Cinco de Mayo. Here are my favorite places that I go loco for in Williamson County!
Right in the heart of Brentwood, you can find the charming Uncle Julio’s. The patio makes for perfect people watching amongst the shopping at the Hill Center and is cozy around the fire pit in the evenings. Uncle Julio’s prides itself on the freshest made-from-scratch Tex Mex. It is home to my favorite handcrafted margarita, the pineapple jalapeño margarita (it’s a secret one that rarely makes an appearance on the menu!). The homemade tableside guacamole prepared in front of you is a unique experience and is a crowd pleaser. Speaking of crowd-pleasing, if you are celebrating this weekend and have a sweet tooth, get the chocolate piñata. Trust me. Filled with mini churros and fresh fruit what is more entertaining than batting open a chocolate piñata? The table next to you will surely be jealous.
Are you looking to stay away from the crowds on Saturday? Head over to
Located inside the Factory at Franklin, Mojo’s Taco’s is sure to be the new hot spot this spring. The storefront opened last week, and I’m not ashamed to say I ate lunch there two days in a row… for very official Visit Franklin research
The most talked about authentic Mexican food in all of Franklin. It’s legendary, really. When I first started working in Franklin this fall, I got the “What do you mean you haven’t been to Pueblo Real yet?!” It has been an area favorite for a little over a decade, located just two miles from the Franklin Square. There are dozens of Mexican fare items on the menu that are served up in generous portions that make for the perfect next day leftovers. The special house-made queso and a sizzling fajita will kick off your Saturday in the best way.
Being a Kentucky native, I can’t
So many tacos, so little time!
What are your favorite spots around Franklin, Tennessee?