Palm Beach Post: The viral ‘Unicorn Milkshake’ trend has made its way to Boca Raton

The viral ‘Unicorn Milkshake’ trend has made its way to Boca Raton

 Lulu Ramadan     Boca Raton
Rainbow Unicorn Shake

BOCA RATON — A Boca Raton restaurant is now offering the trendy and Instagram-worthy “Unicorn Milkshake,” a frozen treat that’s sweeping social media.

Relish & More, a burger joint at the plaza at Northwest 20th Street and Federal Highway with another location in West Palm Beach, is now offering a “Rainbow Unicorn Milkshake” for a limited time, according to the restaurant.

The colorful shake is made with three fruit-flavored ice creams and topped with a rainbow cereal and “unicorn horn” lollipop.

“The Rainbow Unicorn is the perfect way to kick-off the unofficial start to summer,” Desiree Tobin, who co-owns Relish & More, said in an email. “It’s a child’s fantasy come to life.”

The unicorn milkshake is just one creation in the viral unicorn-themed food trend. The social media mania really took off when Starbucks offered a Unicorn Frappuccino for only one week in April, and more than 100,000 images of the frozen drink were shared on social media.

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8 restaurants you must try in West Palm Beach’s Northwood District

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photo Relish Burger


Burger possibilities are endless at this Northwood spot, where a dozen types of patties are offered, from wild boar to grouper to wild mushroom. We love the buffalo burger topped sweet-smoky bacon jam. If you can stand the heat, try the scotch bonnet and mango salsa topping. And make sure to leave room for a shake (hello, salted caramel!) or hot, fresh mini-doughnuts.

Relish: 401 Northwood Road, West Palm Beach; 561-629-5377

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The Ten Best Burger Restaurants in Palm Beach County

Let’s face it: There are tons of burgers in South Florida (plus or minus a few, if you want to be nitpicky about it). And, because it’s our job, we’ve eaten a lot of them.

Some are exotic meats that can be ordered with mix-and-match gourmet toppings. Others are basic burgers executed to perfection and made with quality ingredients. And then there are those that are best paired with the perfect glass of wine or liquor-spiked milkshakes.

Yes, when it comes to burgers, turns out there are quite a few options in Palm Beach County. To help you find the best, here’s a list of the top burger restaurants from Palm Beach Gardens to Boca Raton.

The Ten Best Burger Restaurants in Palm Beach County

2 . Relish & More
401 Northwood Road, West Palm Beach. Call 561-629-5377, or visit
Six years ago, Relish came onto the scene in West Palm Beach’s Northwood Village. It was new, different, and exciting. And it was all about burgers. But not just any burgers — burgers made from exotic meats you could pair with an array of mix-and-match gourmet toppings, a concept compliments of owners Desiree and Dan Tobin. Today, that still holds true — now at two Palm Beach County locations, including a 3-month-old Boca Raton restaurant. The craft-it-yourself burgers encompass dozens of specialty add-ons that allow you to customize your own creation atop everything from wild boar and duck burgers to bison and buffalo. And just to keep things interesting, a new feature flavor makes a debut each month (think specials of the month that blend buffalo, venison, elk, boar, and antelope — or even camel and antelope). Be sure to visit on a Tuesday, when all burgers are priced at $10 each, including a side.

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Burgers for all tastes at Relish & More


Gourmet burgers — 12 different kids, including shrimp, lamb, bison and black bean — and more than 20 toppings. Salads and milkshakes are also on the menu. French fries made from real potatoes and crispy onion straws are two of the many sides available.

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High energy.


Burgers for all tastes at Relish & More photo

The tasty mile-high shrimp burger ($14.99) was all shrimp, no fillers (egg whites are used to combine chopped and whole shrimp). Burgers come with two toppings, and my choice of creamy avocado and citrus remoulade melded perfectly with the shrimp. We also enjoyed the lamb burger, which was cooked perfectly, topped with tangy tzatziki and drunken onions. We wished the run-of-the-mill buns were the same caliber as the burgers. Although our thick, creamy Mississippi Mud milkshake ($7.78) was a tad too sweet, it was so impressive we’d try another flavor next time.


Where else can a carnivore, a vegan and a pescatarian all eat burgers? The unique menu, fast service and quality food make this a “go-to” spot, while fresh ground meats and seafood and interesting toppings take it to another level.


Personable and welcoming. Guests order at the counter but servers deliver meals to tables. The staff is patient and helpful, especially with newbies navigating the diverse menu.


It’s bustling here, but we were able to carry on a conversation.


Burgers, fries and milkshakes. What’s not to love? There’s a kid’s menu for the little ones.


1930 N.E. Fifth Ave., Boca Raton, 561-245-7169

Hours: Daily, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week.

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Exotic burger eatery now open in Boca Raton

Susan BryantCorrespondent
Try the kangaroo or camel burger at the new @relishburger in #BocaRaton

Relish & More

1930 NE Fifth Ave., Boca Raton, 561-245-7169,

After six years in West Palm Beach, husband and wife Daniel and Desiree Tobin have opened a second location of this exotic burger eatery in the former Nino’s of Boca II in Fifth Avenue Shops.

Wild boar, elk and venison raise eyebrows among shrimp, beef and black-bean burgers.

“We’ve earned recognition locally and nationally for bringing the Relish style to everything we do,” Desiree says. “We have burger options – made on a flame grill – that you won’t find other places, milkshakes that are picture worthy and taste just as good as they look, salads that are unique and filling, and made-to-order doughnuts that melt in your mouth.”

Twenty gourmet relishes, such as blackberry compote or scotch bonnet mango, enhance a dozen kinds of flame-grilled patties ($9.99-$15.99).

“The Burger of the Month option is often a bucket-list type of offering. Some of our most popular ones have been kangaroo and camel,” Desiree says.

Sweet best-sellers are cookie dough milkshake ($7.49) and salted caramel doughnuts ($7.99 for five; $12.99 for 10).

Lunch and dinner are served daily amid lime-green and fire-red walls, faux white brick arches, travertine floors and beer-bottle wall displays.

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PB Post: 15 best burgers in Palm Beach County

Liz Balmaseda, Palm Beach Post Food Editor


From bun to bun, these 15 burgers rise above the rest.

Posted: 4:53 p.m. Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Burgers are badass creations – and they know it. They love the swoon of hot cheese. They love crowns, any kind of crown – crisp lettuce, bacon, fried egg, you name it. And while they are swell enough on their own (after all, a well-dressed burger is a meal in itself), they’re rarely without their adoring arm candy, as in fries and slaw.
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PB Post: No holding this Relish: West Palm Beach restaurant turns five


In the choppy waters of an economic slump, Daniel and Desiree Tobin swam against the current. They took a chance by opening a restaurant in West Palm Beach’s
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Scoutology: Top 13 Florida Donut Shops


401 Northwood Rd, West Palm Beach, Florida

Relish is a great place for burgers and shakes, but you have to try their donuts. They come in flavors like peanut butter cup and cookies n’ cream.

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