Nana’s transitions to food truck

After 10 years of business on Hixson Pike, Nana’s Frozen Custard has closed the doors of its shop, much to the dismay of its fans. But the beloved frozen-custard shop hasn’t entirely disappeared from the Chattanooga food scene.

Customers can still satisfy their cravings at Nana’s food truck, situated at the Chattanooga Market on Sundays, according to the business’s Facebook page.

The business will continue to operate out of the food truck for the foreseeable future, owner Duane Olcsvary wrote in an email to North Hamilton Weekly.

“We are still hopeful that the brand and product will live on through a new owner,” he wrote, though adding that no serious offers for the business have been received. “We are proud of the positive impact that we have had on the community through many charitable events.”

To find out more about Nana’s transition, visit facebook.com/NanasFrozenCustard. Nana’s food truck can be found at the Chattanooga Market, located at the First Tennessee Pavilion, 1826 Carter St., on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.