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Shake Shack Unveils Its First-Ever Chicken Sandwich

Looking good.
Looking good.

After not-so-quietly applying for a “ChickenShack” trademark back in May, Shake Shack is finally introducing its fried-chicken sandwich to the public. Starting today, it’ll be available exclusively at the Brooklyn locations: at 409 Fulton Street, in Downtown Brooklyn; 1 Old Fulton Street, in Dumbo; and 170 Flatbush Avenue, near the Barclays Center. (In other words — nowhere near Fuku’s turf.)

Danny Meyer’s ChickenShack is made with fried chicken that’s “all-natural” and antibiotic-free, and it also includes lettuce, pickles, and buttermilk-herb mayo. It costs $6.29, which is less than both a $7.99 double Shackburger and the $6.99 ‘Shroom Burger. The three Brooklyn locations all open at 11 a.m., so consider heading over to line up now.

Shake Shack Unveils Its First-Ever Chicken Sandwich