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  • By Alyssa L. Brennan

Why you need to try a milkshake from The Crazy Mason

Pictured here is the "Oh my, Bleeding Heart." Blue Bell Red Velvet ice cream, topped with a whole slice of Red Velvet cake. Photo by Alyssa L. Brennan.

The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar is a locally owned and operated small business located inside the 810 Bowling Alley at 1220 Moser Drive in Myrtle Beach, opened from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Ever since their opening, the line has wrapped around the building, as locals and tourists alike, wait for their turn to order their crazy dessert. Their menu is made up of truly cool and crazy creations. They use Blue Bell Ice Cream, and also have vegan and dairy free options. The Crazy Mason has also began doing to-go orders. When you place a to-go order, you get a lid for the milkshake, and all of your toppings in a box on the side. You basically get two full desserts when you order a milkshake.

I went to 810 and finally decided to give it a try since the line was shorter than I’ve ever seen it. I waited about 15 minutes before getting to the register, and the employee who took my order was kind and helpful. The dessert alone without tip was around $15, which sounds like a lot, however, you get a good size milkshake topped with another full dessert, and you get to keep your mason jar. Not a bad price at all for the quality and quantity of the dessert. They have sinks set up by The Crazy Mason for customers to wash out their jars and bag them up to take home.

I ordered the “Oh my, Bleeding Heart,” which is “Red Velvet ice cream in a cream cheese frosting iced jar rolled in white chocolate shavings. Topped with a slice of two-layer red velvet cake, whipped topping and chocolate sprinkles,” The Crazy Mason Milkshake Bar’s Facebook page said.

With other orders ahead of mine, it took about 30 minutes before mine came out, but it was worth the wait. It was delicious and enough to split with another person! I would absolutely recommend giving this place a try. If you love Red Velvet, get the “Oh my, Bleeding Heart.”

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