Ten Best Milkshakes in Miami
Miami mamey milkshake.
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It's a new year, so we considered compiling a list of the ten best juice cleanses or healthful smoothies, but what fun is that?
Forget your "no dairy" and "no sugar" resolutions and make your friends and family up North jealous that you can slurp milkshakes in the wintertime. Miami milkshakes bring all the foodies to the fruit stand, and your life is better than theirs!
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10. Cookies and Shake at Top Burger
Two years ago, Top Burger showed it was at the top of its customer-service game by posting this message: "Customers, get ready, your request for milkshakes has come true, the machine will be in next week, real ice cream, old fashion style, with scoops of ice cream, not boxes with so-called ice cream, so there will be all types, from cookies and cream, dulce de leche, and the standard vanilla, so on." The cookies and cream ($3.69) is a favorite with the last drop from your straw getting bits of sweet cookie cream filling.
Frrrozen and boozy.
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9. Spiked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity 3
We weren't all city kids who grew up in NYC and have beautiful memories of the famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate. This means we have no problem adding booze and sipping on a sunny day in South Beach. The booze-spiked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate ($14) comes in three flavors. Try the Black Nijinsky, which features Frrrozen Hot Chocolate mixed with vodka and Kahlúa and accompanied by a shot of rum crème in a chocolate cup.Next Page
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