Alabama March 20, 2018
The 10 Very Best Milkshakes You Can Possibly Find In Alabama
Over the years, milkshakes have become much more popular than they once were. Instead of basic vanilla, chocolate and strawberry flavors, these frozen creations now feature a variety of crazy toppings such as cupcakes, cake slices, cotton candy and more. Listed below are 10 places in Alabama where you’ll find the very best milkshakes.
1. K & J's Elegant Pastries and Creamery - Alabaster
In addition to cupcakes and custom cakes, K & J's Elegant Pastries and Creamery also offers the most over-the-top milkshakes. These spectacular creations, which include a variety of toppings, are worth every sip.
(236 1st Street S)
2. O Town Ice Cream - Opelika
When it comes to milkshakes, O Town Ice Cream doesn't disappoint! This ice cream shop offers a variety of unique flavors and toppings, and it's most certainly a favorite among children and adults alike.
(815 S Railroad Ave)
3. Stacey's Rexall Drugs & Olde Tyme Soda Fountain - Foley
The moment you step inside Stacey's Rexall Drugs & Olde Tyme Soda Fountain, you'll be taken back in time. Since opening in 1929, this drugstore soda fountain has attracted customers of all ages. Its famous Key Lime Milkshake (pictured) was included on the list of "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die."
(121 W Laurel Ave)
4. The Yard Milkshake Bar - Gulf Shores
The Yard Milkshake Bar offers a variety of specialty milkshakes, or you can build your own with 28 flavors of ice cream and 40 toppings to choose from. The possibilities are endless!
(3800 Gulf Shores Pkwy)
5. Payne's Sandwich Shop & Soda Fountain - Scottsboro
Payne's Sandwich Shop & Soda Fountain has been in business since the late 1800s. It was originally just a drugstore, and in the 1930s, a soda fountain and lunch counter were added. This authentic soda fountain is a definite throwback to the 1950s and the milkshakes are delicious!
(101 E Laurel St)
6. Big Spoon Creamery - Birmingham
Big Spoon Creamery specializes in handcrafted, local and seasonal small batch ice cream. This artisan ice cream company is well known for its delicious handcrafted milkshakes and can create one especially for you.
(4000 3rd Ave S, #104)
7. Pop the Top Soda Shop - Talladega
Pop the Top Soda Shop is a popular soda shop that's reminiscent of the 1950s. One of its specialties is delicious handspun milkshakes. With more than 100 flavor combinations, Pop the Top Soda Shop can create a milkshake for anyone.
(704-B Battle Street E)
8. The Mason Jar - Auburn
The Mason Jar Restaurant's "Extreme Milkshakes" attract customers of all ages. These frozen creations, which come in Peach, Unicorn, Super Hero (pictured) and more flavors, are a definite must-try! Note: The Milkshake Bar hours are Monday-Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Closed on Sunday.
(1936 S College St)
9. Golden Years Ice Cream Parlor - Hazel Green
Golden Years Ice Cream Parlor is a 1950s-style ice cream shop that offers a variety of frozen treats, including delicious handcrafted milkshakes. Pictured is the Pina Colada Milkshake.
(12835 Highway 231 431 N)
10. Big Time Diner - Mobile
Big Time Diner is a 1950s-style diner that's best known for its burgers and milkshakes. Each milkshake is made with Blue Bell ice cream and is guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth.
(4936 Cottage Hill Rd)
Where in Alabama is your favorite place to get a milkshake? Let us know in the comments!
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