NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Radish, a vibrant health-focused restaurant concept created by Amanda Frederickson, will open a new location in Franklin on Tuesday, May 24, following the success of its first location in the Sylvan Park neighborhood. The Franklin location will be at 4041 Aspen Grove Drive, Suite 106 in the growing McEwen Northside development.
After the August 2020 opening of Radish, Frederickson has fine-tuned her fast-casual restaurant concept to share with patrons in Williamson County looking for a fresh and healthy meal within reach. Originally from Florida, Frederickson saw the need for more healthy restaurant options in the Southeast that encourage people to get outside of their salad comfort zone and explore new flavors and combinations that are both nourishing and appealing to the eye.
“We are thrilled to expand our footprint into Williamson County,” says Frederickson. “Healthy food options should be available and uncomplicated, and we are excited to encourage our community to enjoy satisfying meals in an energetic environment inspired by the colorful ingredients in our kitchen.”
With a background working in the Williams-Sonoma Test Kitchen, Frederickson spent years perfecting recipes and testing products with the purpose of creating delicious food for the home cook. Frederickson co-wrote 11 cookbooks during her time with the brand, later publishing her own cookbook, Simple Beautiful Food. After years of mastering the combination of health and approachability, Frederickson has committed to making simple and delicious meals accessible in Middle Tennessee.
Radish offers signature and build-your-own menu items including salads, wraps and grain bowls comprised of fresh, house-made ingredients, down to the dressings and dessert options. The eight “Signatures” combine unique and unexpected flavors that test the typical palate. The build-your-own menu allows customers to choose their base, protein, toppings and dressings to completely customize their meal, offering something for everyone. Radish also features kid-friendly meals, homemade desserts like fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies and classic vanilla frozen yogurt, and refreshing teas, lemonade, kombucha and sparkling beverages.
Their menu prioritizes locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, including their grass-fed beef provided by Bear Creek Farm located in Thompson Station, Tenn. Radish clearly highlights food allergy and dietary restriction information, featuring an extensive list of gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free and vegetarian options within the signature menu. Additionally, customers can utilize the build-your-own feature to accommodate their needs and preferences.
Radish’s Franklin eatery, located in McEwan Northside, will be open seven days a week, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. McEwen Northside is the 45-acre mixed-use urban district in the heart of Cool Springs, offering fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and green spaces. For more information, visit www.radishkitchen.com, or follow along on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Radish is a female-founded, fast-casual concept committed to providing fresh, healthy and delicious meals with flare. A published cookbook author and previous Williams-Sonoma Test Kitchen chef, Radish’s founder and CEO Amanda Frederickson has committed to making simple and delicious meals accessible in the Southeast. With locations in Nashville and Franklin, Tenn., Radish offers signature salads, grain bowls and wraps created with made-from-scratch ingredients full of unique flavor profiles changing with the seasons. Radish’s menu prioritizes local and ethically sourced components and provides clear and accommodating options for food allergies and dietary restrictions. For more information, visit www.radishkitchen.com, or follow along on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for upcoming happenings and specials at Radish.
About McEwen Northside
McEwen Northside is a walkable urban village, bringing vibrancy and flair to a suburban setting. A Northwood Investors, Northwood Ravin and Boyle Investment Company venture, it is the only development in Cool Springs that offers fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and greenspace. Among the largest and most expensive commercial projects in Williamson County, McEwen Northside offers easy access to I-65, widening the talent pool for local companies and providing a central location for retailers in one of the most desirable retail markets in the country. The thoughtfully planned urban hot spot will be home to a mix of first-to-market concepts and local brands, as well as interactive greenspaces designed to bring people together and foster community. For additional information about McEwen Northside, visit www.mcewennorthside.com.