NYC Eatery Creates the Craziest Milkshakes in America

NYC’s Black Tap eatery advertises for their craft burgers and beer, but something else on their menu has crowds flocking to their front door–milkshakes! With uncommonly large proportions and a multitude of sweet toppings, the restaurant’s milkshakes have become a greatly sought-after form of food art. Cotton Candy, Cookie Dough, S’mores, and Caramel Apple may sound unassuming and fairly standard flavors, what arrives at diners’ tables is anything but ordinary! In fact, Black Tap’s milkshakes could probably serve as one’s entire meal.

In addition to their regular selections, the establishment also offers limited edition shakes during special times of the year. There’s a Breast Cancer Awareness option, one for both Christmas and Hanukkah, and even a sugary Shark Week concoction. Based on many Yelp reviews, any time is the right time to visit Black Tap. Until you do, you can follow them on Instagram to see what one-of-a-kind milkshake they come up with next.

Above image via Jenny Flake

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