clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Shake Shack Goes Beyond Burgers with the Chick'n Shack, Debuting Today

It's available at D.C. locations (though not Nats Stadium).

Shake Shack Chick'N Shack
Shake Shack Chick'N Shack
Liz Clayman/Official
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

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.