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Celebrate Halloween Weekend with Free Custard at Shake Shack

ShakeshackHalloween1Celebrate this Halloween weekend in style by wearing your spookiest costume to your local Shake Shack and receive a free scoop of creamy frozen custard.

This Saturday Oct. 31 and Sunday Nov. 1 both of Philadelphia’s Shake Shack locations will be giving away free frozen custard to those wearing creative costumes. It’s kind of like trick-or-treating for adults — but with ice cream.

You can visit either Center City at 2000 Sansom Street near Rittenhouse Square or University City at 3200 Chestnut Street in Chestnut Square.

You're never too old to dress up for halloween -- especially when free custard is involved.

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Why Philly Chefs Keep Opening Fast-Casual Restaurants

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Illustration by Gluekit

“If I had a nickel for every time I heard the expression ‘I’m going to be the Chipotle of blank,’ I’d be rich,” says Steve Cook, the local restaurateur who, along with James Beard winning chef Michael Solomonov, owns the fine-dining eateries Zahav and Abe Fisher. Of course, given that Cook and Solomonov also own fast-casual hummusiya Dizengoff and the fast-growing Federal Donuts empire — five locations and counting — it’s probably something he’s said to himself.

Who can blame him? As Philadelphia diners have stepped up their demand for good food at every price point, a whole new market for quality eateries has opened up — one that just happens to include more takeout counters than OpenTable reservations. Read more »

Shake Shack And Big Gay Ice Cream Collaborating (And Not Just In Your Dreams)

CampoutLogoNo, seriously. Shake Shack and Big Gay Ice Cream, two of the most cultishly loved brands in Philadelphia’s (transplanted) restaurant scene, are getting together this week to bid adieu to the flavors of summer–just as the entire edible universe is being taken over by pumpkin-flavored everything.

Sure, they’re saying that this is a welcome to “fall and camping season,” and they’re calling it their Campout Layer Shake, but what we’re talking about here is essentially a drinkable s’more and that sounds pretty summery to us.

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