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King of PopsAddress and Info
Poncey-Highland (& other locations)
King of Pops took its delicious popsicles to another level with its cocktail popsicles -- aka poptails -- sold at their Ponce City Market location. Surprisingly refreshing, each poptail is inspired by previous King of Pops’ flavors and comes complete with a popsicle in the cup. Flavors range from grapefruit-orange blossom paloma, raspberry-lime margarita, and our favorite: orange basil bourbon, made with orange, bourbon, basil simple syrup, lemon, and freshly chopped basil.
The Jack & Coke Slushie
Victory Sandwich BarAddress and Info
Inman Park and Decatur
Nothing pairs better with Victory’s Hambo sandwich than its Jack & Coke Slushie. It’s the ideal way to enjoy the patio in the summer, whether you’re an Inman Park regular or prefer the Decatur location. Perfectly blended, with just the right amount of booze, the slushie is incredibly addicting, though it WILL knock you down if you’re not careful.
The LuminaryAddress and Info
For the wine aficionados, rosé is the easy choice for summer drinking. It’s light, a little sweet, and bubbly enough to keep us from melting in the heat. The Luminary took it a step further with the Meghan Royale, a rosé slushie cocktail which is -- at this point -- rivaling the wheel in its level of genius. The drink’s made with Aperol, lemon, a strawberry-balsamic gastrique, and a Champagne floater, and comes in a wine glass... so, you know, you can still drink with your pinky out.
D.B.A. BarbecueAddress and Info
D.B.A.’s selection of spiked slushies is expansive to say the least. The rotating roster takes us back to a childhood full of 7-Eleven Big Gulps and the wild assortment of flavors you could mix together. Served in a Mason jar, the mixes include a spiked root beer slushy (which is great), and the crowd favorite -- an icy blueberry moonshine lemonade. Order yourself one of those plus a pile of BBQ and you’ll forget you look like you took a shower fully clothed.