There are plenty of options for a fancy Valentine’s Day dinner, but if you’re looking for something a little more lowkey, Shake Shack has you covered this year.
The fast-casual chain is transforming seven of its restaurants around the country into Love Shacks for Valentine’s Day. Guests will be treated to Korean-style fried chicken sandwiches—coated in a sweet and spicy gochujang glaze—plus spicy Korean barbecue fries and a gochujang caramel sauce sundae. They’ll also receive beverages of choice, including lemonade, soda, Shack canned wine and Shackmeister Ale.
Of course, this won’t be your typical Shake Shack experience—dishes will be served on plates, drinks will be poured into glassware and tables will be decorated with floral arrangements and candles. The evening will also feature live music, take-home goodies and other surprises.
Reservations are required for the Love Shack dinners, which are taking place at Shake Shack’s West Loop and Wrigleyville locations. The West Loop outpost will host Swicy Date Night—dinner for two, priced at $80—while the Wrigleyville restaurant welcomes diners in for an Umami Dinner Party, priced at $160 for groups of four. The menus are the same for both experiences.
You can reserve a spot for Swicy Date Night in the West Loop here, and Umami Dinner Party in Wrigleyville here. Reservations are extremely limited, but a waitlist is available if all tables are booked.