Few things are as nostalgic as sidling up to an old-fashioned pharmacy bar or drive-in diner for a malted milkshake. Milkshakes are as American as apple pie. Next time you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, check out the following 8 best spots in Oregon. You’ll be transported back to a nostalgic time-gone-by with the first sip.
Mike’s Drive-In has two locations, one in Milwaukie and one in Oregon City, Oregon. They’re known for their traditional American diner food, including burgers and delicious shakes. Choose from malts, milkshakes, old fashioned milkshakes, and floats with tons of flavors.
The Fields Station in Fields, Oregon, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual setting. Come for the peanut butter milkshake, stay for the incredible views.
Sno Cap is a burger drive-in located in Sisters, Oregon. They offer a wide variety of milkshakes, including seasonal shakes. Since 1952, they’ve served mouth-watering old-fashioned milkshakes made from homemade ice cream.
Dolce Mama’s uses local ingredients to craft their seasonal ice cream menus. Flavors change with the season, but customers can always expect ice cream sandwiches, pastries, coffee, waffle cones, smoothies, and great milkshakes.
Jasper’s Café’s Oregon location in Medford is a multi-award-winning restaurant with diner-style food. Their 16-ounce malt milkshakes come in over 25 flavors, including favorites like chocolate and vanilla and unique flavors like almond roca.
Hasty Freez continues the American tradition of quick-and-easy burger and fry joints. They’ve been in business since the 1970s and still offer tasty burgers, fries, and shakes.
Zoey’s Café & All Natural Ice Cream is an Ashland, Oregon, milkshake staple. They offer over 40 flavors of ice cream, great café food, and awesome milkshakes.
Custard King was originally established in 1951 and was re-established in 2015. The menu includes many of the original offerings, like burgers and fries, as well as custard, sundaes, and milkshakes. Choose between a classic vanilla or chocolate shake, or shoot for a “Thundermuck Malt,” with added coffee and malt, or a “Premium Berry Milkshake.”