East Walnut Hills' Night Drop Hosts Saved by the Bell-Themed Boozy Milkshake Pop-Up

Northside sister restaurants The Littlefield and The Second Place will also be joining in on the Bayside Tigers fun

click to enlarge Rotating shake called Baby in a Duffel Bag, "named after Zack Morris’ terrible schemes." It's made with peanut butter, banana, rum, Oreos, bacon and chocolate. - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY GIACOMO CIMINELLO
Photo: Provided by Giacomo Ciminello
Rotating shake called Baby in a Duffel Bag, "named after Zack Morris’ terrible schemes." It's made with peanut butter, banana, rum, Oreos, bacon and chocolate.

This summer may look a tad bit different than we anticipated, but one local bar is offering the sweet taste of seasonal nostalgia we need right now. So pull up a backwards chair, put on your Zubaz pants and get ready to head to The Max.

East Walnut Hills' Night Drop will be hosting a boozy Saved by the Bell-themed milkshake pop-up from April 29-May 2. 

"Inspired by the teen lifestyle of our favorite beach town of Bayside, California, we bring you our Summer Shake Up," a release from Night Drop reads. "Join the best ice cream artisans in the city as we curate a collection of booze-infused milkshakes and floats sure to quench the child in all of us."

There will be multiple boozy frozen beverages to choose from, including shakes ($12) like the Slater with rye, chocolate, caramel and Oreos; Miss Bliss with bourbon, amaretto, vanilla and Oreos; Screech with creme de menthe, creme de cacao, Frenet-Branca, vanilla and Oreos; and Wake Up in the Mornin' with coffee-infused Jagermeister, brandy and milk. There's also The Max float ($10) with mezcal, root beer and vanilla. And a rotating shake called Baby in Duffel Bag, named after the time Zack Morris stuck Kelly Kapowski's baby brother in a gym bag.

For non-dairy drinkers, there will be a selection of beer, wine and cocktails to-go. For non-drinkers, shakes can be made without booze.

You can also look forward to a petite menu with diner-esque faves like a burger and veggie burger (both $8), fries or onion rings ($4) and the Northside Nicoise ($15) with mahi mahi, fresh greens, green beans, eggs, capers, olives, potatoes and nicoise dressing. 

Northside sister establishments The Littlefield and Second Place will have bourbon slushies, the Slater shake and floats available, as well as the same food menu. 

Items will be available daily while supplies last. 

For more info about the Summer Shake Up, visit the event page

Night Drop, 1535 Madison Road, East Walnut Hills.

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