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Cafe Coco Converts to an Italian Market

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Cafe Coco, at 210 Louise Avenue in Nashville, has been a mainstay in Nashville for many years.

Recently, the cafe shared that due to COVID-19 restrictions, it would convert to “a fast service cafe and market with a focus on great products, take away, local delivery and Italian catering trays.”

Via Facebook, Cafe Coco writes:

With the new normal that we are all facing, we in the restaurant industry are being forced to take a hard look at our business and see how we can adapt successfully for the new era. That, combined with the changing landscape of Nashville has given me an opportunity to evolve this business. It’s time, as they say in Italy, to bring Cafe Coco ‘into the family’.

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With that in mind, we will be saying goodbye to Cafe Coco and will be opening under a new name and concept, an Italian fast service cafe and market with a focus on great products, take away, local delivery and Italian catering trays.

And, while we won’t be a music venue anymore, we hope to be your new go to place for great Italian market products, fresh produce, house ground coffee and homemade Italian dishes, made with recipes that go back in my family for generations. I hope you’ll show our new offering the same love you’ve always shown for Coco’s.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for embracing and supporting Cafe Coco for 25 years and for allowing us to be a small part of your lives. These walls have witnessed a lot of amazing talent, friendships and conversations over the years.

 

Donna Vissman
Donna Vissman
Music fanatic. Event attendee. Prone to fits of large coffee consumption. Always looking for the perfect pair of jeans.
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