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Shake Shack Introduces New BBQ Menu

Please don't discredit me after I reveal to you this big secret. 

February was the first time I ever dined at Shake Shack. I know, I know. It's been open in Dallas for awhile now. I'm a bit of a line-a-phobe, so I was always a bit apprehensive about the wait, knowing the crowd that follows the Shake Shack.
In February, I was invited (you can breathe again now) to their Dallas Uptown store to sample some new BBQ menu items.

This limited time barbecue menu and new seasonal shakes are available until July 31, 2017, so you still have plenty of time to get in and grab these BBQ-topped beauties.

First (seen above), behold the BBQ Bacon Cheese Fries. These are their crinkle-cut fries topped with all-natural smoked Niman Ranch bacon, Shack BBQ Sauce, and cheese sauce.

For the main event, choose between the BBQ ShackMeister Burger or the BBQ Chick'n Shack handhelds.

BBQ ShackMeister Burger

Then sweeten the deal by finishing with either the Salted Vanilla Toffee, Mud Pie, or Mint Cookies & Cream Shake.

Thanks so much to Shake Shack for inviting this new girl in for her first SS experience. You have a new fan. 

(P.S. I've already returned for more, and checked out their brand new Plano spot at Legacy West. Read all the details in my story for Plano Magazine.)

(P.S.S.My hand is now internet famous on Shake Shack's Instagram!) Thank goodness for NexGen nails. The end. 

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