A.C.’s Icees is one of the last remaining bits of old Coconut Grove. The food truck, which serves the best frozen lemonade in Miami, has been run by longtime Grove resident Allan Cohen since 1978. There is truly nothing better on one of Miami's many obnoxiously hot summer days. Order a large frozen lemonade (maybe a hotdog too), walk through Kennedy Park, and enjoy a perfect afternoon in the Grove.
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