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Black Tap’s Famous CrazyShakes And Craft Burgers Have Arrived At Downtown Disney

The most magical place on earth just got a whole lot more magical thanks to these insanely decadent shakes. Legendary US burger chain Black Tap has just opened a store in Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort in California, and they’re serving up all of their incredible CrazyShakes.

There’s no shortage of fun food at Disneyland Resort, but we’re glad Black Tap has thrown its hat into the ring with its grand opening.

Theme park thrillseekers can get their hands on ten over-the-top milkshakes, like the Cake Shake — a monster of a milkshake topped with rainbow sprinkles, whipped cream and a slice of Funfetti cake — that’s right, this bad boy will land on your table with an entire slice of cake balancing on top.

 

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If you’re eating light, skip the cake and go straight for the Cotton Candy shake (cotton candy weighs less than cake so this is technically correct), that comes topped with whipped cream, rock candy, chocolate pearls, cotton candy and a pink lollipop.

 

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There’s a Sweet ‘N Salty shake made with peanut butter and pretzels, the Bam Bam Shake topped with Rice Krispy treats, a cinnamon-flavoured shake called the Churro Choco Taco that comes with churros and dulce de leche drizzle, and the Strawberry Shortcake comes with an ice cream sandwich, crumbled cake and a cherry on top.

 

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You can also tuck into some burgers, wings and salads at Black Tap, and order a craft beer, wine or cocktail if you’re still thirsty.

You might want to wait until after you’ve been on all the rides before having one of these CrazyShakes, but a drinks break at Black Tap won’t mean the fun has to pause. The restaurant is decked out with neon signs, graffitied walls and pop art murals, and the speakers blast some classic ’80s pop and ’90s hip hop tunes.

How To Get There

  • Fly Qantas to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • Drive 54km via CA-91 E and Disneyland Drive
  • Disneyland, 1313 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim

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