The Best, Most Tasty Milkshakes Across Montana
Ok, let's get the jokes out of the way. We can all thank Kelis, the musical artist, for changing the way we talk about milkshakes. According to her, it's her milkshakes that "bring all the boys to the yard". That's all well and good, but what about a person in Montana that just wants to enjoy a refreshing, frosty, blended treat? Where should that person go?
Milkshakes Remind Me of My Childhood
I still enjoy food that brings me back to my childhood. Probably more than I should. I like a good burger, tater tots, and yes, a good milkshake. It isn't often that I get the chance to enjoy a milkshake and it seems there have been a lot of places that had good shakes that have closed their doors over the years. There are still a lot of great places in Montana where you can get a taste of your childhood. I know this because I asked our listeners where to get a great milkshake in Montana. Here are the suggestions.
- St. Regis- The Travel Center in St. Regis boasts the "Best Shake Ever" according to their billboards. This location got a lot of votes.
- Seeley Lake- The Ice Cream Place in Seeley, it isn't a big place, but it is a popular place.
- Missoula- There are a few places that got mentioned in Missoula. The Missoula Club, Big Dipper, Sweet Peaks, Butterfly Herbs, and Five Guys.
- Polson- Richwines Burgerville in Polson has some fans.
- Great Falls- Street Burgers in Great Falls, was mentioned more than once.
- Helena- Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries.
- Charlo- Great Gray Gifts.
- Billings- The Burger Dive got many votes for great milkshakes.
- Lincoln- The Lincoln Pit Stop while you are on the road.
- Hungry Horse- Huckleberry Patch.
Thank You For the Montana Milkshake Recommendations
Looking over the list of milkshake recommendations, I realized that I have had milkshakes at over half of these locations. I think I may have a problem. In the meantime, thank you all for the recommendations. I now have a new list of places to try those frosty, blended treats.
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