DUMBO — The sky-high candy-covered milkshakes from SoHo-based burger joint Black Tap are reportedly making their way across the East River.
The popular eatery will begin serving the towering treats from a fourth location at 55 Water St. this spring, the New York Post reported.
The $15 novelty milkshakes — which come covered in candy, cake and even ice cream sandwiches — have been known to attract lines stretching down the block at the restaurant's SoHo and Meatpacking District locations.
Black Tap's “Crazy Shakes” menu features extravagant dessert beverages like the “Sweet N’ Salty” (a peanut butter shake featuring a chocolate frosted rim with chocolate gems and peanut butter cups topped with a Sugar Daddy, pretzel rods, chocolate-covered pretzel, whipped cream and chocolate drizzle) and the “Sour Power” (a black cherry shake featuring a vanilla frosted rim with Sour Gummi Poppers topped with Pixy Stix, Rainbow Pop, sour skewer, whipped cream and Nerds).
The restaurant, led by co-owner and chef Joe Isidori, also serves a selection of burgers, salads, wings and craft beers.
A manager at Black Tap in SoHo said the new DUMBO location has not yet been confirmed.