Starting today, you can finally get your greasy fingers on Shake Shack's new fried chicken sandwich, the Chick'n Shack, at the better burger chain's locations nationwide. So, uh, cancel all your damn lunch plans and get in line, guys.
The sandwich -- consisting of a fried, antibiotic-free chicken breast, lettuce, pickles, and buttermilk herb mayo on a bun -- is now officially on the menu at every Shake Shack in the U.S., except for NYC's Theater District Shack (for now), JFK Airport Shacks, and stadium Shacks, according to a press release. And for the first time, Shake Shack is now offering Louisiana hot sauce for those looking to add some heat to all that crispy fried greasiness.
With the limited debut of the Chick'n Shack last July, Brooklyn has been the envy of the Shake Shack-eating world with fans and media (including Thrillist) often asking the company when the sandwich would roll out nationwide. In a statement, Shake Shack Culinary Director Mark Rosati said they wanted to make sure it was just right before bringing it to a wider release.