This Vintage Milkshake Bar In Nashville Will Give You All The '70s Vibes
Milkshake spots seem to be a thing of the past, so when we find one, excitement is required. There's one spot in Tennesee that'll give you all the 1970s vibes when you visit and will keep you coming back. This dessert bar in Nashville will take you back to childhood while serving you insane milkshakes.
Gracie's Milkshake Bar in the L & L Market in Nashville, Tennessee will just make you instantly happy when you walk up to the counter. Their motto is "life is short, drink the shake," which makes sense for those who need a break from adulting.
This spot brings anto life by adding in some flare. These milkshakes are huge and have toppings like pop tarts and cookies.
This spot opened in October of 2019 so there's a good chance you haven't had the chance to try it out yourself. Now that warmer weather is around the corner, it might be the perfect time to try it out.
You can choose between a classic milkshake or one of their. Whatever you order, it'll be made to perfection right in front of you and topped with whipped cream and a cherry on top.
This spot is also known for their fries because what's a milkshake without fries? You can choose between cajun, salt and pepper or chook fries.
There are six different specialty milkshakes you can choose from, depending on what kind of dessert person you are.
If you love chocolate, go for the Duo-Licious which is a chocolate milkshake that's rolled in chocolate icing, dipped in M&M's and then topped with whipped cream, Reese's Cups, sprinkles, chocolate pretzels and of course, the cherry.
If you're not a chocolate fan, you need to try the Unicorn. This is a strawberry milkshake that's rolled in vanilla icing and dipped in sprinkles and topped with whipped cream, a pop tart, sprinkles, a lollypop, rainbow extremes, a waffle cone and a cherry.
The regular chocolate, vanilla and strawberry milkshakes are $6.95 and the specialty ones are $12.95.
Gracie's Milkshake Bar
Address: 3814 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: You'll get all the 1970s vibes when you walk up to this milkshake counter and you won't be disappointed by the flavors.