Monday, October 7, 2019

Trying Black Taps Famous Crazy Shakes

Hello everyone!
While Erik and I were in California we made a stop at Black Tap Craft Burgers and Shakes.
They opened earlier this year in Downtown Disney and I was dying to try one of their famed Crazy Shakes.
Erik was even more excited!
During the countdown to our trip, I would say "9 days to Disneyland!"
His response was always "You mean 9 days to crazy shakes..."
Since we were both SO excited we made it our first meal and it did not disappoint. 

To enter the resteraunt you wait in line to place your order at a counter.
To the left of the counter, you can watch the Crazy Shakes come to life!
Definitely watch one or two be made.
It is mesmerizing...
Once your order is placed your waiter seats you and your food follows soon after.
Erik and I were lucky enough to score a table on the outdoor patio.

Erik ordered the Cake Shake.
 A cake batter shake with a vanilla frosted rim with rainbow sprinkles topped with a Funfetti cake slice, whipped cream, rainbow sprinkles and a cherry.
Yes. You read that right. The milkshake is topped with a slice of cake.
Did I mention they were crazy?

I ordered the Cookies 'N Cream Supreme.
An Oreo shake with a vanilla frosted rim with crushed Oreo topped with a cookies and cream ice cream sandwich, crumbled Oreo, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle.

We also split an order of fries with their special sauce on the side.
The special sauce reminded us of the Campfire Sauce served at Red Robin.
It's similar to fry sauce (for us Utah folk) but has a smokey flavor to it.

The shakes were delicious and so fun!
We each wanted to try our own shake so we decided to make them our dinner.
Erik and I have few regrets about our recent vacation but, not stopping at Black Tap a second time is the biggest...
The shakes were so tasty that we wanted to see how their food compared.
I have heard great things!

I would highly recommend making a stop here the next time you are in Disneyland. 
Just a fair warning the shakes run on the expensive side...
They range from $15 - $17.
Split one and thank me later!

Black Tap originated in New York and I am hoping I can convince Erik to take a trip there just by mentioning a shake trip.
Think it will work?

Have you been to Black Tap?
What did you think?

All my love,

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