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Fried Chicken Food Truck Sensation Lands a Full Time Home in St. Paul

Nashville Coop is bringing its considerable spice to Snelling Avenue

Nashville Coop’s co-owner reclined against a pink wall with red stamped lettering that says, “Too hot to handle,” with an outline of a chicken and an outline of Minnesota Nashville Coop/Facebook

Nashville Coop’s new permanent home base opens at 11 a.m. today at 300 Snelling Avenue South in St. Paul. The dual food trucks run by brothers Kamal and Arif Mohamed have become the hottest ticket amidst the weirdest summer of all time. Nashville Coop first rolled out earlier this year selling crusty, teneder fried chicken strips and not much else. The hot chicken delivers real heat and has fans crying happy tears around the metro area. But there is a Minnesota nice spice level for the capsicum-challenged. The new restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

To make this good news even better, at least one of the two trucks will remain in roaming operation throughout this week.

Fried chicken in finger and sandwich form along with Texas toast, slaw, and a few more treats are on the menu.

Nashville Coop

300 Snelling Avenue South, , MN 55105 (651) 330-6737 Visit Website

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