Slurpees are only available at 7-Eleven mini markets, such as the one on L Street. 7-Eleven licensed the frozen drink from the Icee Corporation in 1967 and began selling the frozen carbonated product in its stores under the name Slurpee. Some people use the name Slurpee to refer to any similar beverage, but a true connoisseur knows the difference.
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Icees are available at many places. Some would lump them in the same category as Slurpees, however, the main difference is in texture (Slurpees being gritty, and Icees being more...liquidy).
- Aggie Student Store - the only place on campus, they bought the machine in 2006(They did have another Icee machine before that going back to at least the 90s)
- Burger King
- Chevron Extra Mile At the Chevron on Chiles Rd.
- Fast and Easy Mart
- Olive Drive Market (99¢ any size)
- Davis Movie Theaters At Regal Cinemas, they serve Icees under the name of "Freeze Frame."
Available at most fast food joints and ice cream shops.
- Baskin Robbins
- Burgers and Brew's shakes are on the thin side.
- Burger King uses premixed liquid instead of real ice cream.
- Carl's Jr. uses real ice cream.
- Davis Creamery at Sugar Daddies uses their homemade ice cream for their shakes; they also have malts.
- Jack in the Box uses real ice cream.
- McDonald's uses premixed liquid instead of real ice cream.
- Redrum Burger has pretty thick shakes.
Root beer might be the classic, but lots of people like Coke or orange soda as well.
- In-n-out — Part of the Secret Menu.
- Burgers and Brew
- Jack in the Box They have floats in any brand of soda from their fountain including Fanta Floats(Orange, Strawberry), root beer, etc. They use real ice cream unlike McDonald's or BK.
If you want some caffeine with that coldness, a number of places in Davis offer frozen, blended coffee drinks.
Smoothies differ from the above in that they contain real fruit; of course, they can still contain plenty of calories, depending on the other ingredients.
- Piña Colada
- Mix It Up!
- Thai Breaker (Sophia's)