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7 Ridiculously Good Milkshakes You Need To Try In St. John’s

Time to bring ALL the boys to your yard.
7 Ridiculously Good Milkshakes You Need To Try In St. John’s

Is it cheat day yet? Does it even matter when the sun's up and the city has some of the most creamy and delicious milkshakes around? It doesn’t matter what type of milkshake you're into— you'll probably be able to find it here in the St. John’s area. Get ready, these delicious milkshakes will have everyone in your yard.

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Bourbon in your milkshake? No problem. Is soft serve is your preference, no sweat. Prefer your shake simple and classic... we found the place! Here are some of the tastiest milkshakes you can find in St. John's and the perfect way to cool down and chill out this summer. 

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Adelaide Oyster House // 334 Water St.

Booze + Milkshakes? Count us in! If the idea of a bourbon-banana milkshake fancies your interest, you need to pay a little visit to our friends at the Adelaide Oyster House in downtown. This one-of-a-kind booze-infused shake will not disappoint.

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Freak Lunchbox // 308 Water St.

Time to get your freak on. The Freak Lunchbox offers one of the biggest selections of milkshake flavours to choose from in the downtown area. You do not want to miss this piece of heaven in milkshake form.

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Moo Moo's Ice Cream // 88 King's Rd

A true milkshake staple. Whether you’re a St. John’s local or an excited tourist. You HAVE to treat yourself to a Moo Moo’s milkshake. They offer up original homemade flavours that are both unique and delicious. Moo Moo's is addicting AF and will have you coming back for more and more.

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E&E Drive-In // 475 Conception Bay Highway

A taste of Brigus. Totally worth that little drive outside of the city. You won’t regret it, that’s for sure. On top of their delicious milkshakes, you can try a Purity Syrup Ice Berg. Yes, an Ice Berg. Purity syrup slushie meets soft-serve ice cream to give you the ultimate Newfoundland Ice Berg. Your mouth will thank you.

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Berg's // 56-62 Conception Bay Highway

One does not simply drive past Berg’s without stopping in. You know if it’s from Berg’s it will be second to none their unique creations will have you coming back all summer long to try all the different flavour options.

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Sugar Mama's Bakery // 160 Old Placentia Rd

Take a step way back into a simpler time. This fifties diner inspired bakery may be very well known for the delicious baked goods, but rest assured their milkshakes are up to par, too. If you thought the cupcakes were great— you need to try a shake! They're only on the menu during the summer months, so you'll have to wait till June you try yours.

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Sergio's // 304 Conception Bay Highway

Everyone knows that most great things are worth the adventure to find them. What would a drive around the bay be without a stop to Sergio’s for the best milkshake in town? Incomplete.

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