The 10 Best Milkshakes in Massachusetts!
Who doesn’t love a cold, creamy milkshake to sip on or to wash down that cheeseburger? From chocolate and vanilla classics, to old-school malted milkshakes, you’ll find an excellent selection in Massachusetts. Check out the 10 best places to grab a milkshake in the Bay State.
Yes, it’s a chain, but you’ll think you’re back inside an old-time diner when you visit Wayback Burgers! Not only are the milkshakes thick and delicious, the atmosphere takes you back a few decades, too. If you’re hungry, definitely check out the cheeseburgers and fries to accompany your milkshake.
Made with any flavor ice cream they have, Peaceful Meadows Ice Cream makes milkshakes to die for. You also must choose whether or not you want candy blended in, as well as the thickness of your milkshake—regular or extra thick. You may choose a malted shake, too.
In the traditional flavors chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry, the milkshakes are tried and true at Flat Patties. Add malt for a trip back in time. Enjoy your milkshake after a night on the town, too, as they’re open until midnight or Friday and Saturday nights.
If you’re near Fenway Park when your milkshake craving strikes, pay a visit to Tasty Burger. Choose from vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, coffee or Green Monster. The 16-ounce shakes are thick and tasty.
There are three sizes of milkshakes/frappes at Treadwell’s World Famous Ice Cream. Choose from small, large or jumbo, but make sure to visit and indulge in one. It’s a summer tradition in the Peabody area.
There’s nothing ordinary about the milkshakes at Boston Burger Company. Called Freak Frappes, they are big, and some are loaded with sinful treats. For example, their S’More Than You Can Handle has a s’more on top.
Four Seas makes their own homemade ice cream, and that’s what makes their milkshakes so special. They’re big and they’re thick and they’re worth every calorie. Check out the many flavors on hand. You might have a hard time selecting what kind of milkshake you want!
Kimball Farm is a dairy farm, and where there’s fresh milk and cream, you’ll find some of the best ice cream around. That ice cream makes amazing milkshakes, too. You’ll marvel at the number of flavor choices. Any one of them may be made into a thick, icy cold milkshake.
The ice cream is homemade at Meletharb Homemade Ice Cream, and this makes the milkshakes that much more special. Open year round, enjoy a frappe—or an extra thick frappe—made with one of our specialty flavors…or plain old chocolate or vanilla, if you prefer.
Located along the shore of Lake Quinsigamond, Madulka’s Ice Cream features both premium hard ice cream and soft serve, and you can have your milkshake made from either. You can visit by car or by boat. Is there any better way to indulge?