Zinburger Offering Free Shakes


BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The best milkshakes in Boca Raton, unquestionably, come from Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar at Town Center Mall. Want a free shake? Be a teacher and come to the restaurant on Tuesday — National Teacher Appreciation Day.
From Zinburger:

Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar, the upscale burger restaurant which offers gourmet burgers combined with perfectly paired wine selections, is offering a free shake with purchase on Tuesday, May 9 to teachers at all of its 12 east coast locations.
Known for its hand-spun shakes, malts and decadent pies, Zinburger offers 10 shakes, two floats and a shake of the month. The most popular shakes include:

  • Crème Brulee – vanilla ice cream, Madagascar vanilla bean, fresh whipped cream and crushed caramel.
  • Bars of Zin – chocolate ice cream, Ghirardelli chocolate and fresh whipped cream.
  • Butterfinger – vanilla ice cream, Ghirardelli chocolate, fresh whipped cream, peanut butter and Butterfinger chunks.

The offer is valid on Tuesday, May 9 only and not available for take-out.  An entrée purchase (regularly priced burger or full size salad) and valid teacher ID is required.
The shake of the month for May is the Carrot Cake Shake – vanilla ice cream, milk, carrot cake, topped with freshly whipped cream, garnished with fresh carrot and cream cheese.
Zinburger east coast locations include: Clifton, NJ, Paramus, NJ, Morris Plains, NJ, Cherry Hill, NJ, Nanuet, NY, Huntington Station, NY, Boca Raton, FL, Sunrise, FL, Atlanta, Durham, Charlottesville and Springfield, VA.


Paul Saperstein


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