Located across from the National Aquarium at 400 E. Pratt St., the new spot features an energy-efficient kitchen appliances and interior panelling made from reclaimed barn siding and lumber that’s certified from. The tabletops are made of wood from a Brooklyn bowling alley.
That’s cool, but let’s get to the local flavor. Along with burgers, fries and their usual menu of Shakes, the new Shack is adding a couple of Baltimore-only flavors. Don’t worry, Mickey D’s, they don’t have Old Bay. The offerings are below:
Pratt St. Pie oh My Vanilla custard and slice of Dangerously Delicious’ blueberry pancake pie.
Salty Balty Chocolate and vanilla custard, chocolate truffle cookie dough, cheesecake blondie and sea salt.
And, yes, you did read correctly above: They have a liquor license.
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