Colts Chocolates to reopen June 2 inside The Mall at Green Hills

Colts Chocolates will reopen inside The Mall at Green Hills in early June. (Courtesy Colts Chocolates)
Colts Chocolates will reopen inside The Mall at Green Hills in early June. (Courtesy Colts Chocolates)

Colts Chocolates will reopen inside The Mall at Green Hills in early June. (Courtesy Colts Chocolates)

Colts Chocolates will reopen its kiosk inside The Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville, on June 2, according to a news release.

The Nashville-based company, which offers various chocolates and other desserts, will open a new retail store on the same day at its factory in Inglewood at 3611 Gallatin Pike, Nashville.


During COVID-19-related closures, Colts Chocolates partnered with local businesses to sell gift baskets and other specialty items. The company also offers free delivery in the Nashville area.

“We are a retail and wholesale business, and both were hit hard,” Colts Chocolates President Kate Blocher said in the release. “The malls closed and vendors canceled orders, then decreased or stopped ordering altogether as stores and events shut down.”

Throughout the summer, Colts Chocolates will offer various specials in honor of National Fudge Day, National Milk Chocolate Day and more, according to the release. 615-251-0100. www.coltschocolates.com


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