Puckett’s Reveals Winner of “Name That Smoker” Contest

Since its downtown Columbia addition to the Puckett’s family of restaurants this past March, the Southern-style eatery has been serving its trademark down-home recipes to the Maury County crowd—and carrying on several traditions, including its “Name That Smoker” contest. The contest began June 3 and …

An Empty Box & What It Means To Us

“This box formerly contained the Chicken Cordon Que, grilled asparagus, and smashed sweet potatoes–the special of the night at Puckett’s Columbia. As you can see, I cleaned my plate. Now I’m seriously contemplating eating the box. This crew down here is doing an awesome job! …

Get To Know The Puckett’s Family: Autumn Friese

Autumn Friese was born to be in the hospitality industry. Growing up, she spent her summers working in her mother’s restaurant learning the ins-and-outs of the business. When she first visited Nashville she fell in love with the people and the Southern culture. So, (despite …

Boat House Spices Up Summer With Weekly Events!

Puckett’s Boat House, our soulful seafood eatery on East Main Street in downtown Franklin, has launched a series of community-focused events—just in time to celebrate our one-year anniversary in June! In recent weeks, the Boat House has kicked off an outdoor corn hole tournament, a …

George Strait’s #60for60 Campaign Comes to Puckett’s 5th & Church!

If you like country music, you like George Strait. Plain and simple. That’s why we’re so excited to host Phil O’Donnell and Dean Dillon, two of George’s friends and songwriters this Saturday, May 11! Here’s why it’s especially cool: George, one of country music’s living …

May Burger of the Month: Cinco de Mayo

April showers bring…Cinco de Mayo! Although this year’s April showers are lingering longer than we’d hoped, May is one of your favorite months. And because we can’t limit our love of Mexican flavors to just one day, May’s Burger of the Month (BOM) is an …

Homestead Manor Re-opens This Thursday!

 On March 5, 1863, the Battle of Thompson’s Station raged around a sweeping 50-acre property and one Williamson County plantation home. On Thursday, May 2, Homestead Manor will commemorate 150 years since the skirmish with its grand re-opening as an event venue site from 6-9 …

Nashville Students Compete in ‘The Cutting Edge Tour’

We’ve got some fun news for y’all! On Tuesday, April 23, three culinary students from Nashville will compete in “The Cutting Edge Tour,” hosted by Food Network star and celebrity chef, Maneet Chauhan! This will be part of her nation-wide book tour this spring.  At each …