So the weather is heating up in Vermont, and you’re looking for something cold to quench your thirst. Ah, a milkshake will do nicely. But where to go in the land of the Green Mountains for the best shake on such a sweltering day? No worries. Just follow our handy guide to the top 7 milkshakes in Vermont!
What is a classic burger joint without a classic milkshake? Honeypie offers freshly prepared burgers, homemade sausages, hand-cut fries, hard ice cream milkshakes, and craft beer and wine. Located in an old gas station roadside along Route 30 near the Stratton Resort, Honeypie is perfect for family outings.
Muddy Waters is a quaint, hole in the wall coffee shop, but if you dig a little deeper you will find possibly one of the best milkshakes ever invented. The Muddy Shake is made with chocolate gelato and espresso. Pair that with a homemade oatmeal raisin cookie and you had me at “hello.”
From fresh-cut French fries to burgers done to order, like the Alamo Burger—cheese, two deep fried onion rings, jalapenos, and bacon—and heavenly milkshakes, like the Brownie Milkshake, you can’t beat this burger shack on wheels.
By now you know about Al’s French Frys. Hand cut, and double-cooked in hot oil to release the sweet, starchy goodness, and then heavily salted. But did you know you can get hard or soft ice cream shakes at Al’s? They’ve have been doing something right for almost 80 years, so for a relaxed, counter service, authentic diner feel and a heaping helping of great American food you can’t beat Al’s.
Spoonably thick Ben & Jerry’s ice cream topped with fresh whipped cream—we must be dreaming. Nope. Right here in the heart of the Green Mountain State you can get a two-for-one milkshake that is sure to put a smile on your face and cool you down at the same time. Hint: try the Strawberry Cheesecake.
So for a long time I have had a vendetta against soft ice cream milkshakes. Creemee are notoriously abound with preservatives and chemicals. But Canteen Creemee makes all creemee mixes and chocolate dips in-house using high-quality ingredients, many of which are locally sourced. Try the toasted Ginger Maple Twist milkshake today.
Rochester is one of those blink-and-you-miss-it Vermont towns, but one reason to go is the food. The Rochester Cafe specializes in two things: breakfasts and milkshakes. As part of an old time country store, they also have a 1950s soda fountain and bar counter that was frequented by Robert Frost. Try their Eggnog Milkshake for a rare treat on a hot summer day.