This bar in Central West End looks like a standard ice cream shop, but instead of soft serve, the machines are full of boozy slushies with names like Thai Collins, Rhubarb Paloma, and Hurricane Tony. You can also grab a “Flight of the Narwhal,” which comes with three different flavors on a wooden platter and deserves a medal just for the name alone. Or commit to a fishbowl if you’re feeling ambitious before their Tuesday trivia night. And since downing boozy slushies without food might not be the best idea, grab something from BLK MLT Eats next door or order delivery and eat it on their patio.
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