shamrock shakes in SF?
okay, laugh it up good, but i been jonesing for a mickey d's shamrock shake. problem is i can't find one and march is almost over, eek. is there a mcdonald's in or near san francisco where they have em? maybe one on the way to tahoe?
these mcd's locations don't have it:
* ocean ave (near ccsf)
* daly city (between kukje market and in-n-out)
* mission st (between daly city and boosvoni & pollo supremo) - strangely they did still have the eggnog shake which i bought in desperation (not very eggnoggy but it did taste sorta french vanilla-y in a mcd's kinda way).
(this won't have to be split this into 3 different threads or something, will it?)
re: Get In My Belly
No they are NOT the same.
More here on the Shrek Dreck shake (aka the Listerine shake) that is spearment and not creme de menthe and has a more brownish tone to the green to match the color of Shrek's skin (shudder).
The shake is worse than the movie if that is possible. Ask me how I really feel about it. I'm still bitter they excluded the Shamrock shake this year in the Bay Area.
No. Even the places that carried them last year didn't this year. It is a decision made by regional offices. Some areas in the country carried it. The Bay Area didn't.
Here was my link on the Chains board with a response I received back from McDonald's corporate. The regional office never contacted me. If you want to see it in the Bay Area be sure to contact the regional office. Get all your freinds to write in too. Pretend its an election year. Have dead people vote too.
I am extremely bitter over this. I NEEDED my yearly Shamrock shake fix. I have the McJitters from Shamrock shake McWithdrawal ... after a year the fix wears off. How much does it cost to carry some mint syrup for a month?
I mean, come on, the place is called McDonald's ... they can't carry a St Patricks Day shake once a year.
That's so funny. A few years back I was telling someone about the mickey d's shamrock shake and they had no idea what I was talking about. Couldn't find one back then and it was around st patty's day. I wonder if they still have them? Has it gone the way of the fried apple pie?