Written by Gemma Cocomello on 24.02.16

Another holiday season has come and gone and now, we’re ready for summer! Okay, so we still have some time to go before we can enjoy drinking on the terraces until the wee hours of the morning and indulging in an abnormal amount of ice cream. In the meantime, you can swap the cones for glasses and enjoy some nice, heavenly-milkshakes! Montreal has no shortage of great joints that offer the most delectable milkshakes to satisfy all your dairy cravings. Milkshakes are the perfect stand-alone dessert or great companion to your favourite meals. It’s the perfect combination of sweet dairy goodness that just makes you feel so good! If someone doesn’t like milkshakes, get rid of them! You don’t need that kind of negativity in your life. So when you’re craving a good ol’ classic treat, look no further than these fabulous places!

Deville Diner Bar

Deville Diner Bar Montreal Milkshakes

If you live in Montreal and have not been to Deville Diner Bar, then there’s something wrong with you! With its great location downtown, Deville is a perfect pre-party pit stop. A modern twist on the 1960’s diner, you can get great drinks, delicious food, and out-of-this-world (boozy) milkshakes all under one roof. You’ll want to make a few trips here to try everything on their menu. Milkshakes can cost a pretty penny (between $9-$13), but well worth it and definitely not cheap on the alcohol! Deville‘s delicious creations include red velvet, toasted marshmallow, and banana split. Devilishly good!

1425 rue Stanley Montreal, QC H3A 1P4
(514) 281-6556


Mbrgr Montreal Milkshakes Gemma

Another great downtown institution, M:brgr is a perfect first stop for an endless night out in Montreal. After you indulge in one of their burgers, you’ll want to make room for their milkshakes. Go big or go home is definitely the case here: M:brgr milkshakes are huge! You can have their milkshakes spiked or not spiked (but what’s the fun in that!). They have traditional flavours like vanilla & chocolate as well as unique ones such as cotton candy and marshmallow. You can also have some tasty combinations such as strawberry/mango, vanilla/caramel & strawberry/banana. Prices range from $7.50-$13, and you have to order food with your shake. Can you really go to M:brgr without having one of their famous burgers?

2025 rue Drummond Montreal, QC H3G 1W6
(514) 906-0408

Jukebox Burgers

Jukebox Burgers Montreal Milkshakes

Jukebox is the ultimate time warp! What better place to have a milkshake than at a place that looks like it came straight out of the movie Grease? With their red cushion seats and fun décor, one visit to Jukebox is not enough. Their burgers are amazing and of course, let’s not forget the ultimate finish: their milkshakes! They have flavours for the kids and the adults that are very reasonably priced (between $6.95 and $9.95). You’ll definitely want to share! It’ll be like that famous photo from Archie Comics where Archie, Betty, and Veronica are sharing a shake. Hopefully without the weird love triangle.

11798 boulevard de Salaberry, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 2R8
(514) 542-3222

Beauty’s Luncheonette

Beautys Luncheonette Montreal Milkshakes Gemma

Beauty’s Luncheonette is a Montreal icon that serves up some of the prettiest and tastiest milkshakes and smoothies around! Beauty’s is a small diner in Mile End that serves up some big flavours which include cookies & cream, blueberry, and apple pie to name a few. The milkshakes are quite substantial but you’ll still have room for one of Beauty’s sandwiches and/or omelettes. One of their most popular dishes is the smoked salmon and cream cheese bagel. Be prepared to wait in line, but it’ll definitely be worth it! A meal here is a beautiful thing indeed!

93 Mont-Royal Ave,ntreal, QC H2T 2S5
(514) 849-8883

Chef on Call

Chef on Call Montreal Milkshakes

Not only can you enjoy a great milkshakes, but imagine having it delivered to you! Sounds too good to be true; well, it’s not! A Montreal-based food delivery service, Chef on Call brings great food to you when you need it most. Whether it’s for an overnight study break, business meeting, or just a girls night in, a simple phone call will ensure a great meal brought right to you. Whatever you order from Chef on Call, you must add one of their amazing milkshakes! Their shakes are inexpensive (between $5 and $7 each) but you get a good portion. Flavours include cookie dough, Nutella, Oreo, and Reese’s Pieces to name a few. Treat yourself to one (or more) of these guilty pleasures; you deserve it!

2055 rue Bishop, Montreal, QC H3G 2E8
(514) 844-2040

Suite 88 Chocolatier

Suite 88 Chocolatier Montreal Milkshake

Get your milkshake and sweet fix at Suite 88 Chocolatier! Centrally located, you can satisfy your sweet tooth before or after a hard days work, intense round of shopping, or late night partying. A store that sells locally made coffee, ice cream, and chocolate, you can also enjoy a tasty beverage from their Seasonal Treats menu while deciding how many of their delicious indulgences you’ll be ordering. Their frappés go for around $8 and you get to choose which combination of their delicious ice creams you want mixed together. A perfect and tasty union of two great flavours coming together as one! You can also enjoy a sorbet frappé, a lighter version of a milkshake and Suite 88’s intense chocolate milks.

1225 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O, Montréal, QC H3G 1M3
(514) 284-3488


Faberge Montreal Milkshakes Jessica Nudabite

Cool and cozy restaurant located in the Plateau, Fabergé is a regal experience indeed! Great breakfasts and lunches that include: breakfast poutine, delicious crepes & sandwiches, and a wide variety of egg dishes. They also serve a wide variety of drinks and coffees perfect for any mood or craving. Wash down one of their many delectable meals with a great smoothie or milkshakes (cost is between $6 and $8). Try salted caramel, pumpkin, or one of their unique concoctions, like their birthday cake milkshake. Give your taste buds the royal treatment!

25 Avenue Fairmount O, Montréal, QC H2T 2L9
(514) 903-6649

Featured image courtesy of Jessica Nudo of Nudabite.

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