Dave Trett and Amanda Machala, owners of Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes, plan to expand their business to two new locations in town. They are currently in Germantown but have started construction on a new location at 2519 Nolensville Pike and are working on adding one to the north of downtown in Nashville in Madison. The coffee shop offers crepes, tea, coffee and more. Here is a look at the plans for Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes.
Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes are going to be opening two more locations in the area to go along with their Germantown spot. One will be located at 2519 Nolensville Pike where the former Woodbine Coffee Company resided. The hopes are that it will open in January or February in this location.
The other spot will be north of downtown Nashville in Madison. The specific location is not yet known but apparently the Madison location will open before the Nolensville Pike location.
About Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes
The coffee shop’s approach to service is what has given them a loyal customer following for the two years it’s been open in Germantown. Since Nashville is a town that appreciates small, local businesses, they’ve been able to be really successful. The company had relocated in 2012 from Chapel Hill, North Carolina and being in Nashville has helped with its success.
The former Woodbine Coffee Company location was perfect for expanding according to Red Bicycle owners. The Germantown location serves a ton of crepes, plus sweet options, gluten-free options and even vegan options. You can enjoy coffee, tea and expresso drinks, so expect to see all this in the expanded locations. The Nolensville Pike location is going to feature soups, salads, pastries and more seating being 1,600 square feet in size. They plan to hire more staff members for the Nolensville Pike location as well.
This is great news for Nashville coffee lovers.
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