Shake Shack Introduces A House-Made Veggie Burger
Plant-based peeps, we’ve got great news for you. Beginning April 19, Shake Shack is rolling out a house-made veggie burger called the Veggie Shack at select New York City locations.
The Veggie Shack is built from brown rice, black beans and roasted beets. Stacked on top, you’ll find provolone cheese, lettuce, onions, pickles and a vegan mustard mayo. The burger costs $7.29.
The veggie burger is a little more traditional than Shake Shack’s ‘Shroom Burger — a crisp-fried portobello mushroom, filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheese, topped with lettuce, tomato and ShakeSauce — which is already on the menu.
Riding the plant-based burger trend, Shake Shack is giving consumers a healthier option. Since the beloved burger chain has created the Veggie Shack in-house, you know the flavor profiles and texture of the patty will be right up there with the rest of its offering.
Shake Shack continues to hold its own as one of America’s favorite burger chains. While people might line up for the secret menu or popular items like the ShackBurger, Shack Stack And ‘Shroom Burger, the New York-based burger chain is known for experimenting with its menu.
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