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Kremlin-Approved RusBurger Replaces McDonald’s in Crimea, Promises Delightful ‘Czar’ Burgers

Watch out, Shake Shack! Crimea's three Mickey D's shuttered in Sevastopol back in April because of trouble sourcing ingredients, quote-unquote, right as Putin annexed the region, but now one is reopening as a RusBurger, a chain that proudly uses Russian veal in its Czar burgers and proud Slavic pears in its lemonade. Show More Summary

The 101 Best (New) Cheap Eats, Ranked

So much has changed in the world of Cheap Eats since the last time we ranked our 101 favorite inexpensive and moderately priced restaurants in New York that we decided it was high time to do it again. Way back in 2006, Shake Shack was only two years old and its potent influence on the cheeseburger-scape had yet to be fully felt. Show More Summary

Temporary Shutter: Shake Shack's original location in New...

Shake Shack's original location in New York City's Madison Square Park is closing later this year for renovations, reports Eater NY. While the burger stand will look the same from the exterior, construction will add additional space to the kitchen...

Shake Shack's Flagship Location To Close For Five Months

Shake Shack's first-ever location will close for approximately five months to undergo renovations at some point this year. The Madison Square Park Shake Shack, which just celebrated its tenth anniversary with great fanfare and record-setting...Show More Summary

Original Shake Shack Location WIll Close for Five Months

Who even knew there was a basement underneath here? It was just a few weeks ago that Madison Square Park was chockablock with eager Shake Shack fans looking to score limited-edition shrimp-patty burgers designed by David Chang, and others...Show More Summary

One Of Manhattan's Most Famous Restaurants Has To Move Because The Rent Is Getting So Crazy

Chef Danny Meyer — of Shake Shack, Gramercy Tavern, and The Modern fame — is being forced to move his flagship restaurant, Union Square Cafe, out of it's now-hip namesake home, says the New York Times. Yes, the restaurant does have NYC...Show More Summary

NYC’s Newest Shake Shack Gets Decked Out with Recycled Furniture

Care for a side of recycled furniture with that burger? Famed New York burger chain Shake Shack recently opened its latest branch in DUMBO, Brooklyn, and it features tables and other furnishings made of reclaimed materials by BK-based designer Mark Jupiter.

Shake Shack's New DUMBO Stronghold Already Has Line Out The Door

  The DUMBO Shack has landed! And there was rejoicing in the streets of Brooklyn. The new waterfront location is Shack Shack's second in the borough, with the third Barclays center location still in the works. But no matter how many open up, nothing will satisfy New Yorkers' bottomless appetite for Shake Shake; by 12:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Shack Attack: Shake Shack, Danny Meyer's insanely popular...

Shake Shack, Danny Meyer's insanely popular burger joint, opened a new location in Brooklyn today, reports Eater NY. In addition to wine, the DUMBO-based spot features thick milkshakes (concretes) that incorporate slices of pie from nearby bake shop Four &...

Shake Shack Dumbo Opens Today

Tabletops have been fashioned out of old beams salvaged from an old Dumbo factory. Hopefully, Shake Shack enthusiasts have had time to sufficiently recover from last week's nonstop festivities and are now all caught up on their Shackburger...Show More Summary

Brooklyn's Newest Shake Shack Opens Today In DUMBO

With the Manhattan skyline's reflection shining brightly in its crystal clear windows, the new Shake Shack in DUMBO is the Brooklyn waterfront's latest Siren on the shore. "Shroooooooom burger," it called to us this morning, but our head hit the glass and we were told to come back at 11 a.m. when it was opening. [ more › ]

Why Shake Shack and Eleven Madison Park Only Exist Because of Each Other

Will Guidara feeds Daniel Humm his record-breaking Shake Shack burger. It's only appropriate that Eleven Madison Park's Daniel Humm is responsible for the longest line in Shake Shack's ten-year history: The Madison Square Park burger hut is where Humm first started his New York cooking career (sort of). Show More Summary

April Bloomfield’s Bacon-and-Cheddar-Topped Burger Caps Off Shake Shack’s Insane Week

They saved the best for last. It's been seven hours and 15 days since we first heard about this blowout, week-long Shack Shack tenth anniversary thing, and, well, it's been a strange five days of spectacular lines, goat meat, Champagne, ping-pong, pulled pork, free hot dogs, shrimp patties, and a giant cake the size of a subcompact car. Show More Summary

Shack Attack: Dominique Ansel's Insane Birthday Cake for Shake Shack

Dominique Ansel and Danny Meyer cutting the cake It's hard to believe, but today marks the 10th Anniversary of Shake Shack. For its anniversary party, held in New York earlier this evening, pastry whiz and Cronut inventor Dominque Ansel...

Longest-Ever Shake Shack Line Happening Again, Now With Champagne and Truffles

600 people were in queue before the Madison Square Park burger stand even opened. Today is day four of five for Shake Shack's anniversary celebration, and while we already knew that the first customers for Daniel Humm's Gruyère and black-truffle-garnished...Show More Summary

A Decade in Burgers: 10 Lessons From Shake Shack's 10 Years

We sat down with Danny Meyer and CEO Randy Garutti to talk about the secrets behind Shake Shack's success.

Shake Shack Customers Waited 109 Million Minutes for Hamburgers

Daniel Humm's black-truffle burger. Collectively, that is. HuffPost crunched the numbers and says that, with 1,500 customers a day and an average wait-time of 20 minutes, customers at the hamburger chain have waited 109,500,000 minutes, or some 208 years. Show More Summary

Shake Shack vs. In-N-Out: An East vs. West Coast Burger Brouhaha

The battles between East and West Coast have taken us from hip-hop, to higher education, and now onto fast food, with multiple champions sprouting up on either side to vie for the title of best regional chain. But in this case, the challengers-apparent...Show More Summary

Shake Shack vs. In-N-Out: An East vs. West Coast Burger Brouhaha

The battles between East and West Coast have taken us from hip-hop, to higher education, and now onto fast food, with multiple champions sprouting up on either side to vie for the title of best regional chain. But in this case, the challengers-apparent...Show More Summary

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