A milkshake bar and ice cream shop that got its start in South Carolina has opened its first location in Florida.
The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar & Ice Cream Shop celebrated its grand opening at 5741 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway in Kissimmee on Monday, November 13.
The restaurant’s menu features a large variety of shake flavors and toppings. That includes “signature creations” like the Build Me Up Buttercup, which features vanilla ice cream blended with Reese’s peanut butter sauce in a chocolate and peanut butter swirled jar, topped with a peanut butter rim rolled in Mini Reese’s Pieces.
In addition to its “crazy” mason jar shakes, the business also features “Crazy Bombs,” which are ice cream sandwiches created on the spot, and “Crazy Waffles,” which are waffle-bowl sundaes.
The Crazy Mason doesn’t stop at ice cream, either, offering a collection of different specialty desserts like New York-style crumb cake, fresh-baked muffins, carrot cake, scones, and a variety of cookies. The business also offers gluten-free and non-dairy/dairy-free options.
Founded by Bo and Sherri Steele in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in June 2020, the couple says the idea for the franchise came to them out of a “desire to start something new the area has never seen before.”
The new location will open daily at 2 p.m., according to a social media post by the company.
For more information on the business or its products, visit The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar online.
The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar joins multiple dessert businesses that have opened in and around Orlando recently.
That includes Jojo’s Shake Bar, which opened its first location in Orlando in March.