Mark Vetri And Shake Shack? Sure, Why Not?

ss-vetri_2Though there have been (intestinal) rumblings regarding the managerial bowel loosening properties of certain Shake Shack locations, the Philadelphia jawns have thus far remained above the foamy fray. Assuming that a hamburger excursion won’t require the clearing of the day’s schedule so you can hone your Candy Crush skillz, starting tomorrow and continuing through June 15th, Baracca De Agitare will be offering a collaborative burger from the mind of Marc Vetri.

Our Culinary Director Mark Rosati and acclaimed Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri have yoked their toques to come up with a pretty epic collaborative burger, which will only be available at the three Philly area Shacks — University City, Center City, and King of Prussia — from June 6-15.

It’s called the Carbonara Burger, and it consists of our 100% all-natural Pat LaFrieda Angus beef patty topped with crispy bacon, pecorino cheese, a sunny-side-up egg, and black pepper ($6.75).

$1 from every Carbonara Burger sold will go to The Vetri Foundation to help further its mission to help children experience healthy living and eating.

As Chef Vetri puts it, “When Mark Rosati approached me about collaborating on a special Shake Shack burger, one of the first Italian dishes I was inspired by for this project was Carbonara. It’s a classic Italian dish that is simple and has great flavor. It’s truly a privilege to be a part of Shake Shack’s first-ever burger collaboration, and the Vetri family is extremely honored at their generosity towards our foundation.”

So anytime between tomorrow and nine days from tomorrow, stop in to shake shack and get your burger on. You can find specific addresses here, here and here.

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