“Jumbeaux's Café is set up to cater primarily to elephants. Everything is jumbo-sized. It's an 1890s-style ice cream shop with pachyderm motifs, from the Egyptian-style frieze outside to the elephant faces, ears and trunks in the decor.”
Jumbeaux's Café is an ice-cream parlor and café owned by Jerry Jumbeaux, Jr. in Zootopia. It is primarily a café for elephants and other large animals.
When asked about the making of dairy products in Zootopia, director Byron Howard replied that "there are cheeses and ice creams and other products made from soy and rice".
Role in the Film
Pretending to be a father and son, Nick Wilde and Finnick enter the parlor, hoping to obtain a Jumbo-pop to use for their pawpsicle scheme. However, Jerry refuses to serve them due to them being foxes.
Judy Hopps, believing the foxes' act, notices that the elephant employees are using their bare trunks to handle their food, and blackmails Jumbeaux into selling the two a Jumbo-pop, informing him that using scooping ice cream with an un-gloved trunk is a "class 3 health violation" and threatening to report this.
Judy pays for the Jumbo-pop herself when Nick claims he forgot his wallet. After that, Nick and Finnick melt the Jumbo-pop and use the juice to make their pawpsicles.