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Take a bite out of the curse with Shake Shack's goat chili burger

Zach Long
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Zach Long
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You're going to get hungry during tomorrow's World Series Champion Chicago Cubs parade and rally, so you might as well start planning your celebratory eating as soon as possible. Plenty of restaurants have come up with special dishes to commemorate (and capitalize on) the occasion, including burger chain Shake Shack, which will be serving up a sandwich that will allow you to take a bite out of the fabled Curse of the Billy Goat. 

Created as a collaboration between Shake Shack culinary director Mark Rosati and Chicago chef Stephanie Izard, the Little Goat Burger will be available at Shake Shack's River North and Chicago Athletic Association locations. For $6.89, you'll get a Shake Shack cheeseburger topped with Little Goat Diner's spiced goat chili, pickled peppers and sour cream.

With the rally happening in nearby Millennium Park, there's sure to be a line out the door at Shake Shack's Chicago Athletic Association location, but it's not often that you get to (literally) devour the physical manifestation of scapegoat for the Cubs' World Series drought. 

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