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JoJo’s Shake Bar Has Launched A Series Of Exclusive St. Patrick’s Day Shakes And They Look Incredible

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JoJo’s Shake Bar Has Launched A Series Of Exclusive St. Patrick’s Day Shakes And They Look Incredible

Green Beer, Get Lucky Shakes, and Lucky Charms Hot Chocolates will be available for a handful of days only.

There’s a very small chance you’ve not heard of JoJo’s Shake Bar, but if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. The next generation restaurant and bar is a go-to Chicago establishment for over-the-top milkshakes and biggie hot chocolates. Even with the pandemic wreaking havoc across the city over the last year, JoJo’s Shake Bar has lifted our spirits and filled our bellies with their special seasonal events and menus.

The beloved River North bar followed up on an autumnal Pumpkin Patch Pop-Up packed full of pumpkin domes and pumpkin pie shakes with a Christmas Winter Wonderland offering some similar delicious Christmas-themed shakes. Now they’re back again and this time with a set of St. Patrick’s Day shakes that promise an awful good time.

A new St. Patrick’s Day menu is offering more of the shake bar’s renowned ostentatious creations only now with a St. Patrick’s Day twist. At $14, a mint-flavored “Get Lucky Shake” comes packed with a rainbow sugar cookie and a pot of gold dodo chocolate-covered pretzel while a “Lucky Charms Biggie Hot Chocolate” comes with a Shamrock S’more and more green confectionary for $10.

There will also be green beer and some themed shots including the Baby Guinness made of patron xo and baileys, and a PB&J shot with Jameson-infused jelly.

All the extraordinarily exorbitant creations, as well as delicious food menu, are available down at JoJo’s Shake Bar for carryout or dine-in at 23 West Hubbard Street in River North.

Launched on Monday, March 8, the special menu will be on offer for under two weeks through Sunday, March 21.

See more: How To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day In Chicago In 2021