You probably drive by this place every day and didn't even know it was here, or didn't know what fun you were missing out on.
There's a hidden place attached to Spanky's Car Wash on 59th and Summitview, across from McDonalds.
Cheers is a drink drive thru but you can also step inside to place your order, which I did. Admittedly, I didn't quite know what they had on the menu but, as it turns out, they do Red Bull and other soda mixed drinks as well as flavored water and sparkling water drinks. Super neat.
So instead of just having a boring Dr. Pepper or Mountain Dew, you can get one expertly crafted with other flavors using these sodas as the base.
I ordered the Rainier which is a root beer along with toasted marshmallow and vanilla cream so it was like a root beer float soda. It was excellent.
They also have a couple of house-made cookies. I ordered the chocolate chip one. It was great!
While they were making my drink I was still looking over the menu and, on the 'Your Mom's Water' list the one that had cucumber, pineapple, pear, guava and fresh lemon sounded intriguing enough for me to order that one as well. I just had to try it and, as I expected, it's great. Nice, flavorful and refreshing.
They have a nice selection to choose from, are constantly adding new ones to the list and even have the option to just make your own based on your own creation using the ingredients they have available.
Fun to check out! I'm looking forward to bringing my kids next time.
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