At this old-fashioned soda fountain, a rich and creamy chocolate malt will cost you less than $3. Cue the nostalgia. Read more.
Fact: It’s never too cold for a milkshake. Pop by this Anchorage restaurant for fried chicken and an old-school shake. Sweet and savory perfection. Read more.
We found our pot of gold and it’s this Lucky Charm Marshmallow milkshake. Read more.
Each shake comes with a freshly baked mini doughnut on the straw. Yeah, we thought that would get your attention. Read more.
Every Monday, this Southern-style Denver spot offers half-off milkshakes. We can’t think of a better cure for the Sunday scaries. Read more.
You're best off ordering the complete trifecta at this joint. The shake options are simple--good ol' vanilla, chocolate and strawberry plus a few more flavors--but they're everything we want. Read more.
Let’s talk about spiked shakes, like the Dirty Kitchen Sink, made with pretzels, peanut butter, butterscotch, caramel, potato chips and…vodka! Read more.
The Be Still Cody--chocolate ice cream with a shot of espresso and mocha sauce--is the perfect sweet refreshment in the hot Florida sun. Read more.
This upscale burger joint makes a Nutella milkshake topped with burned marshmallows. Need we say more? Read more.
Looks like we’re washing down our eggs with a chocolate shake at this old-school breakfast spot. Hey, we’re not complaining. Read more.
This Evanston mainstay serves griddled burgers, loaded hand-cut fries and its famous “five-dollar milkshakes.” It’s in your best interest to order one of each. Read more.
A huge selection of build-your-own burgers and inventive shakes await you at Big Four’s. Read more.
What could be bad about a milkshake that comes in flavors like peanut butter M&M or bourbon pecan pie? Read more.
This marble-countered soda fountain has been serving comfort food and standout shakes in Wichita since 1932. Read more.
Craving comfort food? Stop by this Lexington favorite 24 hours a day for a burger, cheese fries and, of course, a Nutella shake. Read more.
Head to this bustling NOLA brunch spot for eggs Benedict with fried oysters and pair it with a White Russian milkshake because #yolo. Read more.
Come for the hand-cut Belgian fries; stay for the original Duckfat milkshake, made with gelato, crème anglaise and fresh Tahitian vanilla beans. Read more.
The flavors here are as eclectic as the knickknacks in this diner--bacon chocolate or black sesame and honey? Read more.
Sure, Grass Fed cooks up some of the best burgers in town, but no meal is complete without an adult milkshake. Order the Bananas Foster Parent, blended with vanilla ice cream, banana and dark rum. Read more.
Bacon cheese fries and burgers are all well and good, but you must add a shake into the mix. The Hummer, made with Kahlua, dark rum and vanilla ice cream, is a crowd favorite. Read more.
Follow the neon sign for char-grilled burgers and delicious shakes. Feeling indecisive? You can combine two or three different ice cream flavors into one irresistible glass. Read more.
This iconic Jackson soda fountain has been around since 1946. Despite receiving a recent makeover, this spot still screams nostalgia. Pull up a seat and order a grilled cheese with a chocolate shake. Read more.
This retro St. Louis spot has been around since 1913, which means it’s doing something right. PSA: If you can drink five malts in 30 minutes, they’re on the house. Do you have what it takes? Read more.
You might need a spoon to make a dent in the thick milkshakes served at this retro diner in Missoula. Read more.
Skip the burgers and sandwiches and go straight for dessert at this Omaha neighborhood eatery. Read more.
Stop by this glitzy restaurant in the Cosmopolitan for a serious burger and a Drunken Monkey--a lethal concoction of Reese’s, banana, malt and hazelnut liqueur. Read more.
This menu features build-your-own burgers and adult milkshakes--what more could you ever want? Read more.
You might recognize this old-school ice-cream shop from the finale of The Sopranos. Well, the 77-year-old Bloomfield institution happens to blend some serious shakes. Read more.
Brave the hour-and-a-half wait just to Instagram your $15 cotton-candy milkshake. Everyone’s doing it. Read more.
The milkshakes come in about 40 flavors, and thanks to the drive-throughs, you don’t even have to leave your car to get your hands on one. Read more.
This German-American restaurant has four locations throughout the state that serve old-fashioned, tin-cup milkshakes. Read more.
B Spot is popular for its seasonal burgers and craft beer list. But the regulars keep coming back for the milkshakes. Chocolate Banana Marshmallow spiked shakes, anyone? Read more.
These hand-dipped shakes may be simple (they come only in chocolate, vanilla, strawberry and a daily special), but Tucker’s proves that sometimes simple is best. Read more.
This cozy diner has shakes to satisfy traditionalists and more adventurous milkshake seekers (read: bourbon salted caramel and maple bacon). Read more.
This burger-and-shake empire makes its shakes with homemade ice cream from a local dairy farm. The creations range from classic shakes like Campfire S’mores to alcoholic shakes like Éclair Don’t Care. Read more.
In Rhode Island, milkshakes are called frappes or cabinets. Newport Creamery’s version of a frappe is the notorious Awful Awful. It's made of whole milk, flavored syrup and ice milk. Read more.
We expect big things from a dessert café, and Kaminsky’s doesn’t disappoint with milkshakes in flavors like vanilla bean and Butterfinger. Read more.
Milkshakes are the star of the menu at this diner. It has some adventurous concoctions, but we prefer the classic flavors topped with whipped cream, cherries and a mini cookie for good measure. Read more.
The menu at this Nashville joint is broken up into three sections: Burgers, beer and shakes. With about two dozen shakes (both spiked and original), there’s something for everyone. Read more.
Austin’s favorite burger shop is expanding around Texas and across the country, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Truffle Fires and Red Velvet Cake shakes could be coming to your neck of the woods. Read more.
This homey diner is a necessary pit stop when driving through Red Rock country. A thick and creamy chocolate shake should hold you over until you arrive at Arches National Park. Read more.
OK: This adorable Burlington spot is primarily a coffee shop. But once you try the Muddy Shake, made with chocolate gelato and espresso, you’ll never go back to your normal coffee order. Read more.
On Saturday nights, this downtown Bristol institution stays open until it runs out of food. Most famous for its burgers, it also serves a serious shake. Read more.
The “lab” serves about a dozen chocolate- and vanilla-based shakes, plus a handful of eccentric, boozy ones like the Cinnamon Toast Crunk spiked with Fireball Cinnamon Whisky. Read more.
Shakes come in a dozen traditional flavors plus a handful of adult concoctions like the White Russian and bananas Foster. Don’t forget to slurp one down with a homemade pop-tart on the side. Read more.
Inventive shakes are the main reason to stop by this ’50s-style eatery, where the frozen treats are served in Styrofoam Coca-Cola cups. Read more.
We’re doing breakfast, lunch and dinner at Mickies Dairy Bar so we can try every flavor of milkshake. Read more.