FRANKLIN, TN – Feb. 20, 2019 – New Orleans-based restaurant Ruby Sunshine will begin serving all-day brunch beginning March 18 in downtown Franklin. To mark the opening, Ruby Sunshine will hold a grand opening celebration for the public Tuesday, April 9. More details will come soon.
The latest concept from Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group, the collective behind the acclaimed New Orleans-based eatery Ruby Slipper Café, Ruby Sunshine will offer Big Easy twists on Southern brunch classics, including eggs benedicts, pancakes, and French toast, as well as eye-opening cocktails. Owned and operated by the Ruby Slipper Café founders, Ruby Sunshine in Franklin will mark the first of more locations to come across the Southeast, including Knoxville later this spring.
Located on the ground floor of the newly opened 231 Public Square building, the 4,300-square-foot restaurant brings a warm and inviting atmosphere with a mix of bar, booth and table seating, as well as a semi-private event space and outdoor area.
Ruby Sunshine’s hours will be 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.
For more information, visit www.rubysunshine.getbento.com.
About Ruby Sunshine
Ruby Slipper Café and Ruby Sunshine restaurants bring the unique flavors and hospitality of New Orleans to breakfast and brunch. Founded in post-Katrina New Orleans, Jennifer and Erich Weishaupt turned a blighted corner store into a cozy restaurant, with the hope that it would help draw people back to the Mid-City community. The Ruby Slipper Café was an instant hit, becoming a sought-out destination among both locals and visitors to the city. In the decade since opening that neighborhood storefront, Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group has become one of the fastest growing concepts in the Southern United States. The group has grown to operate two brands with eleven restaurants. Both Ruby Slipper Café and Ruby Sunshine remain owned and operated by the original founders. They serve all-day brunch and eye-opening cocktails seven days a week.
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