BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar) — Men, need another excuse not to shave? Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar is offering a Pumpkin Stache Shake as part of the Mustache Bash campaign, commonly known as No Shave November, a month where men raise awareness of men’s health issues by growing a mustache during November.
For every Pumpkin Stache Shake sold, Zinburger will donate $1 to the ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, a national nonprofit organization with the mission to end prostate cancer. Additionally, guests can donate $1 to add a Stache straw to any shake or float.
The Pumpkin Stache Shake ($6) combines Vanilla ice cream blended with house-made pumpkin pie filling, topped with freshly whipped cream and pumpkin seed brittle, and served with a mustache straw.
Since opening the East Coast’s first Zinburger in Clifton, N.J. six years ago to much fanfare, stellar reviews and packed crowds, Zinburger has developed an almost fanatical customer following who enjoy made-to-order gourmet burgers, hand-dipped shakes and floats, decadent pies and 23 wine varieties.
The Pumpkin Stache Shake is available at all 15 Zinburger east coast locations, including Boca Raton Town Center Mall.
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