Le Peep is About to Emerge in Franklin

Experienced franchisees are opening their second location of the breakfast, brunch and lunch concept.
Le Peep is About to Emerge in Franklin
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Le Peep is getting ready to open in Franklin. 

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Over the last six months, experienced franchisees and area locals Wonnie Short and Dennis Rogers have been transforming the space at 1110 Hillsboro Road. They are turning the space into into the newest rendition of the Colorado-founded restaurant the two have grown familiar with over the years. 

The duo currently own Le Peep in Belle Meade, which has been serving pancakes, waffles, crepes, Benedicts, burgers, salads and coffee creations for over 25 years. 

Both Short and Rogers are both currently retired but wanted an adventure in their retirement. Short left behind a successful career as a financial advisor and Rogers one as a physician. The duo had been friends for many years before opening their first Le Peep together in the Belle Meade Galleria in 1998.

What Now Nashville connected with Short over an email Q&A. 

“Our goal is to provide the freshest product and always serve it in a timely manner,” wrote Short. “Whether you are joining us for breakfast with the family or out for a 3 Martini lunch, Le Peep is the place to gather. Le Peep, the next best thing to breakfast in bed!”

Short explained that this location on Hillsboro Road has a nicely sized parking lot to accommodate the approximately 125 people who can be able to be seated inside. The franchisees think this location’s proximity to lots of schools, churches and office complexes will make it a great spot for people to grab breakfast, brunch or lunch. 

In total construction has taken about 6 months in total due to some permitting delays, but Le Peep aims to open in August.

Daisy Dow

Daisy Dow

Daisy is a seasoned freelance writer interested in small businesses, marketing strategies and history. Originally from Georgia, she attended Kenyon College before moving onto life in the big city. You can usually spot Daisy in the window of a neighborhood café, as her hunt for the world’s best cup of coffee continues.
Daisy Dow

Daisy Dow

Daisy is a seasoned freelance writer interested in small businesses, marketing strategies and history. Originally from Georgia, she attended Kenyon College before moving onto life in the big city. You can usually spot Daisy in the window of a neighborhood café, as her hunt for the world’s best cup of coffee continues.

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