Popcorn is a versatile treat; it gets strung into tinsel, consumed for sustenance, and points the way toward homes owned by the elderly. Follow the freshly popped road with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of gourmet popcorn at Knights Gourmet Popcorn in Milwaukee.
Since 1952, the corn kernel connoisseurs at Knights Gourmet Popcorn have been serving up salty snacks derived from the finest corn and oils. Batches are made fresh throughout the day and burst into more than 20 distinct flavor varieties. Pop in for a snack-worthy sampling of buttery gourmet theater (6 oz., $2.99) or double cheddar cheese (7.5 oz., $4.89). For a spicier kick, opt for the jalapeño cheese popcorn (7.5 oz., $5.19) or Cajun (6 oz., $2.99). Sweet tooth cravings satiate themselves with the classic caramel corn (24 oz., $5.25) or fruity flavors such as blue raspberry, cherry, or grape (6 oz., $2.99). Alternatively, the pop shop's cholesterol-free, lightly salted popcorn functions as a low-fat means of mollifying the munchies while simultaneously huggifying the human heart.
In addition to freshly made edibles, Knights Gourmet Popcorn carries a plethora of products for aspiring corn-poppers to use at home, including seven types of Amish popcorn seed, various cooking oils, flavorful seasonings, and quality, poltergeist-free poppers.
Knights Gourmet Popcorn
The ping of popping kernels and aroma of simmering caramel drift out of Knights Gourmet Popcorn throughout the day, heralding the arrival of the shop’s latest batches of fluffy popcorn. This commitment to freshly popped kernels has earned Knights Gourmet Popcorn the spotlight on Fox 6 Now, and a devoted following since the shop’s inception in 1952. Popcorn pros coat popcorn kernels in sweet and savory toppings such as cheddar cheese, buttery toffee, and Cajun seasonings. Though the shop specializes in indulgent flavors, health-conscious patrons can veer toward cholesterol-free treats that garnered a nod from the author of The Thin Commandments as the healthiest alternative to sprinting through a corn maze.
4435 W Forest Home Ave.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53219Get Directions