Shake Shack Center City adds hand-cut fries to its menu and is offering up the tasty side dish for free to anyone who purchases a ShackMeister Ale until the keg is tapped. (Photo by Evan Sung for Shake Shack)
Heads up, fans of french fries.
Joining its University City and King of Prussia brothers, Shake Shack Center City now serves hand-cut french fries instead of crinkle cut.
With the hand-cut fry, Shake Shack departs from its classic crinkle cut to bring its patrons a fresh, made-in-house version of the fundamental side dish.
The crispy fries are cut in-house from Idaho russet potatoes, twice fried with the skin on, and served up fresh throughout the day. Though nostalgic, the crinkle cut version has to take a back seat to these fresh fries.
To celebrate the fresh fry launch in Center City, today, Friday, February 28, Shake Shack is handing out one free order of hand-cut fries with the purchase of Shake Shack’s signature brew, Brooklyn Brewery ShackMeister ale, $5.25.
The free fries will continue to be handed out until the ShackMeister keg is tapped, which could be today or sometime this weekend.
Lunch starts at 11 a.m., so we recommend heading over to the Center City location today to score a freebie.
Free Fries at Shake Shack Center City
When: Today, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. while beer supplies last
Where: Shake Shack Center City, 2000 Sansom Street
Cost: Free fries with purchase of Brooklyn Brewery ShackMeister Ale, $5.25
More info: www.shakeshack.com