Shake Shack enters the fried chicken sandwich game with the Chick'n Shack, available at D.C. locations starting today.
The sandwich is made from cage-free chicken, slow-cooked in a buttermilk marinade and batter-fried. It's topped with pickles, lettuce and a buttermilk herb mayo on a potato bun. Diners can add hot sauce to it as well. The sandwich first debuted in Brooklyn and shows up on menus nation-wide today (Nats Park will not carry it).
Fried chicken sandwiches are hot in D.C. right now, with more than a dozen popular versions scattered around town.