Later this month Detroit will get its first JoJo's Shake Bar and people are super excited about it. After you take a look at their amazing menu and monster shakes, you'll be pretty excited too.

There's a good chance you've never heard of JoJo's Shake Bar unless you've visited one of their locations in and around Chicago.

I had never heard of JoJo's Shake Bar until recently when some friends of mine went to Chicago and posted a bunch of pictures on social media. I took one look at their Bloodmary and knew this place was for me.

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What is JoJo's Shake Bar?

JoJo's Shake Bar is said to be the next-generation restaurant and bar. They offer a modern diner experience that is grounded in nostalgia and focuses on creative desserts and elevated diner favorites.

They have over-the-top gigantic shakes (some with alcohol), a variety of burgers and sandwiches, including the Loaded Grilled Cheese. They also have soups, salads, loaded fries, and lots more.

Where Will JoJo's Shake Bar Be Located?

According to Eater Detroit, JoJo's Shake Bar will be located at 88 W Columbia Street next to the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

When is JoJo's Shake Bar Expected to Open?

JoJo's Shake Bar is expected to open sometime this fall.

These over-the-top sweet tooth bars/restaurants have become really popular over recent years. Detroit also just got its first Sugar Factory that also opened in downtown Detroit.

The next time you're in Detroit for a concert or game, be sure to check out JoJo's Shake Bar and let us know what you think.

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