- Craig Lemley
We get a cheeseburger, regular-sized fries, and regular-sized vanilla milkshake for $8 after tax, a pretty reasonable price. The shake tastes smooth but artificial, thick enough in texture. Fries come out limp, even when hot, fast-food shoestring thin and desperate for a little more time to crisp up. As for the burger, it’s indistinguishable from anything sold by the global fast food chain gang. Short Stop allows McD’s fans to get exactly what they want and buy local. It’s an ignoble job, but it’s one we’re still happy someone took.