There is a new restaurant coming to Haverhill that you simply must make plans to try when it opens, regardless of where you live and I'll tell you why.

Opening Soon

Stackd is located at 122 Washington Street, Haverhill, Mass.  Put that in your GPS right now because you are going to want to go when they open.  According to their Facebook page, they are looking at a September opening.

Not only are they going to have a delicious selection of Boozy Milkshakes, but also Craft Sandwiches, beer and cider as well.  From their website, here's what they say about their chefs and the atmosphere you can expect at Stackd:

 

Known for our globally-inspired craft sandwiches, our inclusive menu adds spice, flavor & unique offerings to Downtown Haverhill.  We've created a warm & inviting environment that fosters a sense of community.  Everyone is welcome at our tables!

Look at these pix only if you are not hungry.  If you are hungry, they are going to drive you CRAZY!

CARAMEL MOCHA BOOZY MILKSHAKE

COCONUT CREAM PIE BOOZY MILKSHAKE

BLUEBERRY AMARETTO BREAD PUDDING BOOZY MILKSHAKE

MINT CHOCOLATE COOKIES & CREAM BOOZY MILKSHAKE

PEANUT BUTTER CUP BOOZY MILKSHAKE

CARAMEL POPCORN BOOZY MILKSHAKE

Gluten-free?  No problem!

If you've been drooling at the sight of these pictures and you have been thinking, "But I'm gluten-free and I can't have any of these delicious offerings!"  Well, they've thought of you, my friend.  This creation is vegan and gluten-free.  Topped with a sugar cookie created by the Bakers Rack Baking Company also in Haverhill, vegan milkshake with vodka and curacao topped with a tangerine popsicle and non-dairy coconut milk whipped cream.  This is my jam right here.  I am not gluten-free, however, dairy sometimes gives me issues.

 

All the best to you, Stackd!  If you need a taste tester before you open, I may know one or two people who would volunteer for the job.

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