A Dallas Tradition Since 1912

Highland Park Soda Fountain serves up old school fun. Grab a bar stool, take a spin, and dive into a cool treat.

Highland Park Soda Fountain, near Dallas' Highland Park neighborhood, serves up stellar milk shakes and malts, crowd-pleasing grilled cheese sandwiches, and a healthy dose of nostalgia.

At this 100 year old Soda Fountain, soda jerks, lunch counters, and house-made phosphates are still in vogue, and "world famous" shakes are still served in frosty glasses, with the remaining cool concoction in a metal container on the side.

Here kids can be kids, and adults happily can eat like kids. Sonny Williams, who owns the Soda Fountain with his wife, Gretchen, teaches kids how to spin on the 19 bar stools that line the counter. In fact, he encourages kids to take a twirl as they wait on their tasty treats. When the sugar hits, those seats really start swirling. The seating isn't just limited to just the counter bar stools. The Highland Park Soda Fountain can seat 64 smiling faces.

Stop by for a hearty old-fashioned breakfast or favorites like eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, eggs benedict, waffles, and more. Or linger over lunch. Favorites include the grilled cheese sandwich, half ham salad, half pimento cheese sandwich, and chicken salad sandwich. You'll also find a grilled peanut butter and jelly, and egg salad sandwich, vegetable soup, Frito chili pie, and pinto beans.

Regardless of when you visit Highland Park Soda Fountain, every meal should be washed down with a milk shake, malt, freeze, cooler, float, ice cream soda, ice cream sundae, or phosphate- a homemade soda that's extra fizzy and yummy.

There is no better way to beat the Dallas heat.

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3229 Knox St., Dallas, TX 75205