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The New Nashville Sundae Club Sends Out Scoops and All-Day Espresso Martinis

The Gulch’s whimsical sweets spot caters to kids and adults alike

An assortment of milkshakes placed on menus
Nashville Sundae Club comes from Nashville’s Red Pebbles Hospitality.
The Nashville Sundae Club

The booming Gulch neighborhood now has a one-stop-shop for ice cream, sundaes, (spiked) milkshakes, coffee, cocktails, and breakfast sandwiches.

The opening menu at The Nashville Sundae Club (335 11th Ave S., Nashville) is split into three sections: “The Ice Cream Club” (banana split sundaes and Fruity Pebbles milkshakes); “The Breakfast Club” (muffins, cinnamon rolls, eggy sandwiches, cappuccinos, and lattes); and “The Cocktail Club” (Old Fashioneds, frose, and mimosas).

Opening hours are Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The all-day cafe comes from Red Pebbles Hospitality, the group behind Nashville’s Adele’s, 404 Kitchen, and Ella’s on 2nd, among others. There’s also a Nulu Sundae Club in Louisville, Kentucky, which is temporarily closed.

Scoops sourced from Wisconsin’s family-owned Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream help create indulgent treats like a “Grasshopper” sundae (Mint Avalanche ice cream, hot fudge, Oreo cookies, and whipped cream) for $9.25.

A banana split sundae
A decadent banana split sundae stars vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate ice creams, banana, hot fudge, strawberry topping, caramel sauce, crispy almonds, whipped cream and cherries.
The Nashville Sundae Club

The biggest sundae of the bunch is a DIY helping of eight scoops and five toppings ($35).

Soft serve flavors can be swirled and served in cake or waffle cones. Scoops in kids’, double, or triple sizes ($4.50-$6.50) come in 16 flavors, including the Midwest maker’s award-winning “This $&@! Just Got Real” salted caramel and sweet banana “Fat Elvis” made with milk from pasture-raised cows of Sassy Cow Creamery. Spiked milkshakes pour in Disaronno and Skrewball peanut butter whiskey.

Cocktail highlights include a “Honey Peach Smash” (Tennessee whiskey muddled with honey, fresh peaches, lemons, and mint) and an “All-Day Espresso” built with Louisa caramel coffee liqueur, Stoli vanilla vodka, and Lavazza cold brew ($13 each). Other 21-and-up options include a margarita, bloody mary, and spiked lemonade slushy.

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