Coco's Catering

5107 Alabama Ave NashvilleTN37209
Open
Sunday
Open All Day
Monday
Open All Day
Tuesday
Open All Day
Wednesday
Open All Day
Thursday
Open All Day
Friday
Open All Day
Saturday
Open All Day
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(164)
Recommended 2
Not Recommended 1
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

This fun and eclectic meeting place blurs the distinction between coffee house, music venue and restaurant. Known for its jovial atmosphere
and laid back charm Café Coco is all this and much more.
Tucked within Elliston Place, Music City’s “Rock Block” the tables spill out onto the covered front patio, side veranda and BackStage Bar
stretching the boundaries of this old house.

Stop by in the...
by merchantcircle on November 26, 2019 from merchantcircle

Tips

Save Money:
Get a Cafe Coco rewards card and get 5 percent off your purchase. Come on Mondays and get a 10 percent discount.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This cafe's easygoing atmosphere, java and simple fare attract a steady stream of collegiates.:
In Short
Housed in a ramshackle old place near Elliston Square, coffee is still the cafe's focus, but it has turned into a relaxed neighborhood restaurant and catering service. On late...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on July 12, 2006 from Citysearch

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by Citysearch on April 06, 2020 from Citysearch
Our cafe, market and spa will help you achieve beauty through balanced living with exceptional services like massage, colon hydro therapy, reiki, energywork and bodywork all under one roof. Our wellness club promotes getting healthy in the new year with juice cleanses and Nashville's only soup cleanse. Everything is fresh, made in house with local organic produce in our vegan cafe and...
by localcom on February 12, 2016 from localcom
Owner Message

Do you own Cafe Coco? Contact us to connect with your diners.
by menuism on November 30, 2015 from menuism