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Black Tap Rolls Out First-Ever Milkshake Trucks in New York City

Black Tap Rolls Out First-Ever Milkshake Trucks in New York City

Two trucks will give fans a chance to try one of Black Tap’s famous shakes on-the-go

Fan favorite Crazy Shakes will be available at the trucks.

Black Tap’s famous milkshakes are hitting the road with the restaurant’s new milkshake trucks, called Shake by Black Tap.

The milkshake trucks will travel around New York City, where there are currently five restaurant locations where you can get all the freakshakes your heart desires.

“Black Tap is making summer 2017 the season of shakes,” Joe Isidori, chef and owner of Black Tap, said in a statement. “There’s no better time to roll out with our Shake by Black Tap trucks and bring the Crazy all over New York from Central Park to South Street Seaport.”

At the trucks, visitors can select from a menu of classic shakes, including strawberry, vanilla, chocolate flavors.

The restaurant is also launching a new creation, the Strawberry Shortcake Shake, which will only be available through Shake by Black Tap. The Strawberry Shortcake Shake is a strawberry shake with a vanilla frosting and crushed graham cracker rim, strawberry shortcake ice cream bar, red and white lollipop, whipped cream, and strawberry drizzle, all topped with a cherry.

In other Black Tap news, the restaurant will also dish out Willy Wonka-inspired treats in honor of the Broadway debut of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and will team up later this summer with the buzzy sweet shop Cookie D­ō.

To read about America’s 17 best milkshakes, click here.


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The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".


Man v. Food (season 2)

The second season of Man v. Food, an American food reality television series hosted by Adam Richman on the Travel Channel, premiered on August 5, 2009. First-run episodes of the series aired in the United States on the Travel Channel on Wednesdays at 10:00 PM Eastern time. Man v. Food was executive produced by Matt Sharp, in association with the Travel Channel. The season contained 20 episodes and finished airing on December 16, 2009. [1] On February 3, 2010, a special "Live" episode aired.

Man v. Food is hosted by actor and food enthusiast Adam Richman. [2] In each episode, Richman explores the "big food" of a different American city before facing off against a pre-existing eating challenge at a local restaurant. Not counting the "Live" episode in Miami (which he won), the final second season tally was: 13 wins for "Man" and 7 wins for "Food".