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Burger Joint Houston Is Giving Away Free Milkshakes During The World Series

Whether you like to celebrate with some frozen dairy, or you need an incentive to get your baseball-hating friend to watch the World Series with you, we could all use a milkshake. So it's a good thing that during the World Series, Burger Joint in Houston is giving milkshakes away for free.

This burger joint loves the 'stros so much they give away free milkshakes during the Astros games. And obviously, the World Series is no exception.

Every time the Astros hit a home run, everyone in the house will receive a voucher for a free milkshake. The stakes are high. Milkshakes are on the line.

So even if you're not into baseball, you'll be cheering the Astros on this World Series. Whatever it takes, right?

While you wait for that home run, you can enjoy their delicious menu. They have ten different burger choices, sandwiches, hot dogs, and more than 10 different milkshakes.

As far as milkshakes go, they have the plain janes (chocolate and vanilla) and even a Not Your Father's Root Beer "Float" that contains alcohol that will be sure to amp up your cheer volume.

And if food and drinks are the motivation, we've got more good news for you. The brand new Monkey's Tail is having a $13 deal for 6 jumbo wings, a beer, and a shot of tequila or whiskey during the Astros games.

And when the Astros hit a homerun, Dish Society is also celebrating with $1 pints of Karbach Brewing’s Crawford Bock. Better map how fast can you run from Burger Joint to Dish Society.

Check out lots of other Houston deals during the games here.

The Burger Joint

Price: đź’¸

Cuisine: Burgers

Address: 2703 Montrose Blvd., Houston, TX 77006

Why you need to go: To find out if your milkshake also brings all the boys to the field.


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