September 12 Is National Chocolate Milkshake Day, Here Are The Best In The Country
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September 12 Is National Chocolate Milkshake Day, Here Are The Best In The Country

Philadelphia , United States , Seattle , United States , St. Louis , United States
Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Sep 2, 2020

Now here’s a reason to celebrate. September 12th is National Chocolate Milkshake Day. What better way to say goodbye to summer than with a cold, rich, and creamy treat? Stop in at these locations across the country to grab some of the best chocolate milkshakes around.

1. Lunchbox Laboratory – Seattle, WA

The Nesquick Chocolate milkshake is a favorite at all Lunchbox Laboratory locations across Washington state including Seattle. Their huge menu of hand-spun milkshake flavors also includes Oreo, Reese’s Peanut Butter, and Nutella with a variety of add-ons from custard to caramel.

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2. Bassetts Ice Cream Company – Philadelphia, PA

Taking the journey from humble beginnings in 1861, Bassets Ice Cream is now a household name within the community. The family-owned shop is home to over a dozen milkshake flavors, including traditional chocolate.

3. AC Petersen Farm – West Hartford, CT

The “extra rich” milkshakes at AC Petersen Farm have often been named the best in the state of Connecticut, but we’ll let you be the judge of that. Open until midnight on the weekend, you can stop in for a late-night treat when the craving hits.

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4. Portillo’s – Various Locations

Portillo’s has locations across the country, from Florida to California. They are best known for their hearty American cuisine and decadent milkshakes. You can choose from the chocolate cake or the chocolate milkshake to honor the holiday.

5. Crown Candy Kitchen – St. Louis, MO

Walking into Crown Candy Kitchen feels like you’ve stepped back in time. The shop has been a staple in St. Louis since 1913. Their hot fudge malt is rich, creamy and unforgettable. Up for a challenge? Anyone who can drink five malts in half an hour gets them for free.