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.

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