Toastique to Open First Tennessee Location in June

by Katie Lee

Nashville, Tenn. — Toastique, the vibrant, artisan toast and juice café conceptualized in Washington, D.C., will expand into Tennessee within Nashville’s North Capitol neighborhood. Set to open in late June 2024, the Nashville store will be Toastique’s first location in the state.

The Nashville location will be fueled by Andy Patel, a first-time Toastique franchisee, who has signed a three-unit deal with the Nashville location being the first and is planning future locations in Brentwood, Franklin and other surrounding Nashville cities. The new 1,625-square-foot location is on the ground floor of a mixed-development unit with more than 300 residential spaces and will boast indoor seating including bar counters and an outdoor patio. Toastique is surrounded by popular destinations such as Sounds Stadium, Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, the Nashville Farmers’ Market, and is just steps away from Broadway Street and Downtown Nashville.

“After moving from India to Nashville in my teens, my family has always been entrepreneurial, starting new businesses, and I’ve been very fortunate to work alongside them and develop the skills needed to manage something of my own,” says Andy Patel, franchisee and owner of Toastique Nashville. “During the pandemic, I wanted to challenge myself to do something different, came across Toastique’s franchise opportunities, and was quickly hooked. The same year we began conversations with Toastique, my wife and I started eating avocado toast at home, and it seemed like everything just fell into place. I can’t wait to show the community this wonderful, diverse menu that has something for every palate!”

Originating in 2018 in Washington, D.C., Toastique has cultivated a rich menu of enticing and health-conscious toasts, smoothies, cold-pressed juices and more. The growing concept currently has locations in D.C., Colorado, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Utah and Virginia, with more franchise units signed and in development across the country. For more information, visit

SOURCE: Toastique

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