Ready to indulge the city’s collective sweet tooth with Vicky’s House, a 12-seat milkshake bar and tasting room inspired by Kuscher’s childhood home and the totally tubular vibe of 80s pop culture.

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Fatchance89 18/02/2018
This $7 milkshake would NOT be approved by Vincent Vega from Pulp Fiction. Our shake was made from Blue Bunny ice cream, which is not exactly a kind of ice cream that would justify the high price point of the shakes. I would expect either either home made or some special quality ice cream and organic milk to be the ingredients of an expensive shake like this. Furthermore our shakes had icicles and smaller chunks of ice in it. I wanted to like this place but it was a big disappointment.
Andy Hill 08/02/2018
The decor is straight out of the 70's and 80's and its a nostalgia trip and a half. The shakes being amazing only makes this place more awesome.
Tommy Rodriguez 28/01/2018
Great place to go back in time!! Awesome shakes !!
Jennifer Capote 04/11/2017
No way you guys only have 12 reviews?! That's madness.... I gotta tell you, seriously this is the coolest hole in the wall ever !!! The girls behind the counter, so awesome ! I love when they sang with the music and did little dance movements!! Made me want to get up and dance lol ...that aside, the ET was beautiful and tasted amazing! FYI :kids at home tonight with grandma, last date night with husband was a month ago and your place made it one of the best date nights in 11 years!
Marcia Darbouze 08/09/2017
TLDR; Milkshake was good, but not $15 good. Tried the breakfast club milkshake on my first and probably only visit to Vickys. The decor is amazing and nostalgia evoking. Appreciated the playable video games in the back and Star Wars kids books. Back to the milkshake, the donut atop the shake was stale and hard to chew. I've had Salty donut many times, that mini donut was not up to snuff. The cup itself is smaller than I'd imagined, and filled with more whipped cream than actual shake then I'd hoped for. The peanut butter rim and captain crunch did not mesh with the salty bacon bits. I did love the espresso shot combined with the shake. The wait for the decadent looking but disappointing shake was at least 10 minutes. If it isn't crowded, the wait will fly by as you explore all the nooks and crannies within the shop.
Monday

6 pm – 10 pm

Tuesday

6 pm – 10 pm

Wednesday

6 pm – 10 pm

Thursday

6 pm – 10 pm

Friday

6 pm – 10 pm

Saturday

12 pm – 10 pm

Sunday

12 pm – 10 pm