Usually you can get a milkshake at any American fast-food restaurant. But, there is a place in Miami where milkshakes are more than just a dessert. Vicky's House has mouthwatering milkshakes that will make you want to break your diet.
Counting calories are not aloud at this milkshake bar. Vicky's House specialized in making one-of-a-kind milkshakes with an 80s themed-menu. This place will whisk you back in time and make you feel nostalgic about all the good 80s blockbuster films.
This milkshake bar and tasting room has the craziest milkshake creations such as Golden Girls, The Breakfast Club milkshakes, and even an E.T. Goes To The Movies to watch The Goonies milkshake. Specialty milkshakes cost $15 and is almost impossible to eat and drink the whole thing.
The milkshakes come prepared with different sweets and topping such as bacon, Golden Graham cereal, cola gummies, tofee bits, and even Twinkies. The first Wednesday of every month the bar hosts a tasting room night from 6 pm to 8 pm where guests can try local craft snack and beverages.
You can also find different local beers at this bar and a cool 80s themed ambiance. The back of the bar has an old Nintendo console for you to play and relax. This is a great spot to escape the rainy weather of Miami and just spend the day playing video games and sipping on milkshakes. This is definitely a place you woud find the Stranger Things crew.
Vicky's House is located at 3190 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove, FL.
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