Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
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Ice creams built from the ground up with superlative ingredients.
Jeni's is the best ice cream we've ever had. They use all natural ingredients and have an amazing selections of unique and tasty flavors! They let you try as many of the flavors as you like before committing to a scoop or three. There is also a Jeni's in the Nashville farmer's market is you find…
A unique offering of ice cream flavors from Frose Rose to Ooey Gooey Butter Cake to Lavender Mint Vanilla...you will not be disappointed with your selection. And speaking of selection, Jeni's encourages everyone to try as many samples as you'd like!
Lots of flavors you find no where else and many locations around Nashville.
Not necessarily a local establishment, but come on - it's good. Try the Brown Butter Almond Brittle.
We don't see a reason to not eat ice cream for lunch while you're on vacation. Jeni's menu is full of interesting takes on old classics and totally new flavor inventions. We tend to love any of their coffee flavored combinations. We suggest them for earlier in the day as most weeknights there's even…
“Known for creative margarita variations & Mexican fusion dishes as well as a festive patio.”
“Ugly Mugs offers full-service coffee selections and a breakfast/lunch menu. It may be difficult to accommodate a large group (8+) for seating as it is the local favorite for remote workers but it is a perfect destination to get coffees/teas to go. Located in the Eastland Neighbors section of East Nashville, close to Jeni's Ice Cream, Five Daughters Bakery, RosePepper Mexican Cantina, and Two Ten Jack Izakaya and Ramen House.”
“Voted some of the best coffee houses in the US. Be warned, this is slow drip. And I mean ssslllloooowwwww. Thats their thing so be prepared to spend a little time. The breakfast nubbin's are delicious. Tom Hanks has been known to stop by when he is in town.”
“So this is one of our favorite spots in East Nashville. They have a great selection of Asian-inspired small bites and their house-made ramen noodles are amazing. Definitely try the sake punch! Thursday happy hour from 4:00pm to 6:00pm includes 2-for-1 Kirin, $6 house red, $6 white wine, $6 sake punch, $5 infused Shochu (selection rotates), $3 steamed edamame, and $5 crispy rice spicy tuna.”
“This small French inspired cafe is always busy and there’s usually a line but call ahead to see and get your name on the list early because the food, coffee, and pastries here are that good. Would be a great brunch spot!”