MostBest Seattle | Milkshakes

There are 131 milkshake spots in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Quench your thirst and satisfy your sweet tooth all at the same time at these hoppin’ Seattle spots! 


via Li'l Woody's

via Li’l Woody’s

Milkshakes create quite a stir at Li’l Woody’s, where creamy blends of Molly Moon’s famous homemade ice cream produce mouth-watering milkshakes and malts. One of our favorites is the Salted Caramel Shake, and the Chocolate Shake is made from organic Theo Chocolate. To get the full experience, you have to get some “Crack,” which is an addicting order of fries with milkshake for dipping. Li’l Woody’s is just the best.

We Love Their: Salted Caramel Milkshake, Chocolate Milkshake, Ube Milkshake, “Crack” Fries, Big Woody Burger

1211 Pine St
(206) 457-4148


via Flickr user Jason Doctor

via Flickr user Jason Doctor

The trendy Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery is famous for the award-winning Take-n-Bake Molten Chocolate Cake in a Mason Jar, but the milkshakes are up there. They only use certified organic, local, and non-GMO ingredients, and coupled with remarkable presentation, this lively place is worth the trip. Old-school techniques and small batches make this confectionary a fun and lively place to hang.

We Love Their: Single Malt Shake, S’mores Shake, Drunken Sailor, Sandy Surfer, Cider Float, Dark Decadence

5427 Ballard Ave NW
(206) 453-3792


via Lunchbox Laboratory

via Lunchbox Laboratory

At Lunchbox Laboratory, patrons are taken back to a simpler time through vintage décor and old-school recipes with a twist. Antique arcade games, shuffleboard, and lava lamps create a sensation of nostalgia, and the unconventional flavor combinations will leave you feeling speechless. The Drunken Elvis, Maple Bacon, and Carmel Macchiato are just a taste of what you’ll find here.

We Love Their: The Drunken Elvis, Maple Bacon, Carmel Macchiato, Boston Cream Pie Shake, Tear Jerker Burger

1253 Thomas St
(206) 621-1090