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National Ice Cream Day


I scream, you scream, Nashville screams for ice cream. You might have known that July is National Ice Cream Month, but did you know that July 18th is officially recognized as National Ice Cream Day? The Erin Krueger Team is here to help by giving you our teams top places to get ice cream around Nashville. Keep reading to get the latest scoop on where to go this summer when you need a little cool down.

Jeni’s

Having a few different locations throughout the city makes Jeni’s Ice Cream a staple here in Nashville. Their ice cream features a super smooth texture and buttercream body without any synthetic flavorings or dyes. Currently Jeni’s has 9 shops in the Nashville area. Be sure to check out one of the locations such as the one at 5th & Broadway or in Hillsboro Village for a yummy treat.

For more information:https://jenis.com

*Photos from @jenisicecreams Instagram

The Gracie’s Milkshake Bar

You may recognize this yummy summer treat from our previous This is My City with Erin Krueger video. Gracie’s Milkshake Bar was originally founded in 2019 by the Tucker family. This family was born and raised in Nashville. This milkshake bar was founded with the hopes of bringing a sense of old community to Nashville. Be sure to check out some of their delicious milkshake flavors like The Cookie Monster, The Unicorn, and Bonfire.

For more information:https://www.graciesmilkshakebar.info/about-us

*Photos from @graciesmilkshakebar Insta

Rolled 4 Ever Ice Cream

Rolled 4 Ever Ice Cream is another unique twist on ice cream that our team can not get enough of! Originally starting in a food truck in June 2018, this company has come a long way. Since then, this unique twist on ice cream has been on the rise and in October 2020, the first storefront opened in Germantown. A cold plate that reaches below -10 degrees is used to turn a liquid cream into a delicious rolled ice cream treat. 

For more information:https://www.rolled4ever.com

*Photos from @rolled4evericecream Insta

Hattie Jane’s

Another one of our team’s favorite ice creams is Hattie Jane’s. This creamery was born and raised in Tennessee. One of their locations is located at Fifth & Broadway in the Assembly Food Hall. This is the perfect location to grab a quick cool down while exploring the city. With seasonal classic southern flavors and the highest quality local ingredients you will not want to skip out on all the delicious flavors that Hattie Jane’s has to offer.

For more information:https://hattiejanescreamery.com*Photos from @hattiejanescreamery Insta

Bobbie’s Dairy Dip

Last but certainly not least, Bobbie’s Dairy Dip is a classic ice cream stand that first opened in 1951. Looking for an old fashioned classic ice cream cone? Then the iconic Bobbie’s Dairy Dip in West Nashville is just the place for you.

For more information:https://www.facebook.com/bobbiesdairydipcharlotteave/

*Photos from @bobbiesdairydipcharlotteave Facebook

So whether you enjoy a classic milkshake, dipped cone or a unique twist on an original, Nashville has all the fun treats to fill your sweet tooth needs. Cheers to National Ice Cream Day.