In preparation for its grand opening expected at some point next month, Shake Shack held a pop-up event Saturday, July 21, at South Broadway restaurant Husk Nashville.
In partnership with Husk chef Sean Brock, curious minds could try one cheeseburger or 'Shroom burger, the chain's signature crinkle-cut fries and one glass of beer or wine for $25. The ticket also included a one-of-a-kind frozen custard created by Brock.
The first-ever Tennessee Shake Shack will open in Hill Center Green Hills at 4031 Hillsboro Pike. While an exact day has not been announced, it's expected to open in late August.
Are you excited for Shake Shack to open in Green Hills next month? Instagram user @sopranolauren and others made it out to this weekend's pop-up event.
For $25, curious minds could try a few items like one cheeseburger or 'Shroom burger, crinkle-cut fries and one glass of beer or wine. The ticket also included a one-of-a-kind frozen custard created by Husk chef Sean Brock, as pictured below.
Here's an up close look at Saturday's offerings, courtesy of user @seanpshaw.
The event, hosted on Husk's lawn, also featured live performances.
The event, while not officially associated with Nashville Burger Week, was a perfect end to the annual week.
If you're like @wattsupeliza and have wanted Shake Shack to come to Nashville, you don't have to wait much longer before the fast-casual restaurant opens in Green Hills.
Here's another shot of Brock's creation, as captured by user @dreese615.
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