Nashville April 05, 2019
This Retro Nashville Ice Cream Parlor Is The Perfect Place To Take The Family
Nashville is full of unique food options, but none of them quite stand out like the city’s hottest up-and-coming ice cream shop, Kokos. At Kokos, you can expect an absolutely beautiful and Instagram-worthy decor, but you can also find some of the most unique ice cream in the city. No, it’s not the flavors that make it so different, it’s what the ice cream is made of. Intrigued? You’ll just have to see it for yourself.
Kokos is a local ice cream shop that specializes in making unique but accessible ice creams for everyone to enjoy. They're known for their excellent decor and their even better ice cream.
Kokos Ice Cream in East Nashville is easily one of the most unique ice cream shops in the city. Their ice cream is entirely dairy and nut free, plus it's entirely plant-based.
The best part? Because their ice cream is made so specifically, almost anyone with food allergies or intolerance can eat this ice cream. It really brings meaning to their motto of "Ice Cream for Everyone."
In East Nashville, Kokos has a small "to go" store that's perfect for getting a cone of ice cream on a warm weekend day. Their hours of operation vary depending on the time of year, so it's always worth checking
to see when they'll be open.
While the East Nashville space is smaller and is really designed for grab-and-go options, Kokos has a new location as of April 2019 in the One City complex in West Nashville that is much larger.
While the ice cream may be different than what you're used to, the flavors definitely aren't. Whether you're a classic chocolate chip fan or you like more creative flavors like their banavo (banana and avocado), then you'll find something you love at Kokos.
Kokos is located on the East side of town at 729 Porter Rd. and is open varying days depending on the time of year, but be sure to look out for their larger space on the west side coming soon!
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