In the lead up to the premiere of the final season of Game Of Thrones (you...may have heard of it?), we've seen contests to sit on the Iron Throne and secret Shake Shack tie-in menus. But you know what we haven't had? Both of those things combined into one—but that all changes today. As they say in High Valyrian, hunger morghulis.

Today only, the Shake Shack located at 225 Varick Street in the southern-most tip of the West Village—the neighborhood's Oldtown, basically—will have a replica of the Dragonstone Throne for you to sit on and get that coveted Throne selfie (we assume it is a replica, although I suppose it is within the realm of possibility that they hauled that thing over from Stannis Baratheon's ancestral home). You can RSVP here to do so—just keep in mind that "while RSVPs are required, they do not guarantee entry. First come, first seated."

But that's not all: that location will also be serving up both the limited-edition Dracarys Burger and the Dragonglass Shake, while supplies last today. These are the same items on the secret menu at the Madison Square Park Shake Shack (but at least you don't have to learn how to pronounce them in Valyrian this time). Here are their descriptions of these delicacies:

The Dracarys Burger (Drakaro Parkliapos) features a double Monterey Jack cheeseburger sourced from the finest head of cattle The Seven Kingdoms has to offer. Griddled by the fires of Drogon and Rhaegal, the burger is then topped with a fiery ShackSauce created from herbs and spices sourced from the conquered cities of Yunhai, Meeren and Astapor. The final touch are slabs of bacon imported from Essos—a Dothraki delicacy. Caution: may be too hot for non-Targaryens.

In keeping with Shake Shack’s (Rholītso Rhakion's) commitment to premium ingredients + thoughtful sourcing, the Dragonglass Shake (Zīrtom Perzomy Rholītsos) is a prime example of the Wall to Table movement. Custard is frozen with packed snow harvested beyond the Wall and hand churned by members of the Night’s Watch. Final prep occurs in Winterfell, where the shake is topped with shards of Dragonglass imported from the caves of Dragonstone.

We stopped by the location this morning, and saw over 30 people already waiting before 10 a.m. for a chance to get on the throne. The first person on the line was Sophia Barrett, a professor at City College who got there at 8 a.m. She had wanted to see the Iron Throne at Fort Totten Park at the start of the month, but the long lines drove her away: "It’s the Dragonstone throne, which is perfectly fine. I was kinda hoping for the Iron Throne but again, I’m not going to wait seven hours on line so this is good!"

Additional reporting by Brahmjot Kaur