August 17, 2017

The Chickn Shack features fried chicken, pickles, lettuce and buttermilk herb mayo atop a bun. (Liz Clayman)

Shake Shack announced Thursday it’s expanding the release of a popular fried chicken sandwich to its menu nationwide.

The Chickn Shack debuts after the restaurant tested the sandwich this summer at its Brooklyn, N.Y. locations. 

The sandwich features a crispy all-natural and antibiotic-free chicken breast with lettuce, pickles and a zesty buttermilk herb mayo.  It has won kudos for its flavorful, juicy chicken and the sandwich become one of the top five best selling food items.

We got a taste and know why.

The release of the sandwich has been closely watched since reports surfaced last spring that Shake Shack filed a trademark application for “Chicken Shack.”  Danny Meyers burger chain is already a favorite among foodies for its attention to quality ingredients. 

The $6.29 Chick’n Shack will be available at all domestic locations.

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