Pizza rat? That’s so two days ago. Meet, milkshake squirrel.
First there was Pizza Rat. Then there was Milkshake Squirrel. New Yorkers, whether they're human or rodent, love a good snack. While it's totally possible this little squirrel loves to get a slice like his rat friends, he also has a sweet tooth. Show More Summary
What IS going on in Noo Yawk? Yesterday it was Pizza Rat…then just an hour and a half ago it was Health Food Store Mouse/Cat…and now it’s Shake Shack Squirrel! (Gothamist and Mashable.)Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: sqwerls
It appears that the creatures of New York are suddenly running off with human food. Yesterday, a subway rat dragged a piece of pizza down the stairs and now today an adorably bold and sneaky squirrel stole a milkshake from the Shake Shack garbage can in Madison Square Park. The little rodent paid no mind […]
And, Shake Shack has another chef special on the way. — Pizza Hut is at it again. The international chain is never content with regular old crust surrounding its toppings, and its newest creation is Twisted Crust Pizza, a mashup of pizza and breadsticks. Show More Summary
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He’s creating a special burger
Happy National Cheeseburger Day! In honor of the holiday, we went to the holy grail of New York burger spots, Shake Shack, to get the lowdown on their famous creations. Zach Koff, their VP of operations, was on hand to explain what's so exceptional about Shake Shack's three biggest-selling burgers. And we had to ask: what is in that special sauce?
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are simply one of my favorite couples right now. Take a look at what they are eating:
Look, who among us hasn't approached the Shake Shack counter and ordered a double-patty cheeseburger with bacon and a side of cheese fries, only to then ridiculously request a diet soda to accompany such a caloric behemoth?Read full article >>
The lines at city Shake Shacks have been notorious since the burger giant's inception—they even had to install a freaking webcam at their flagship location so you could get a sense of how bad the line was. And while cluttering Madison...Show More Summary
From the Ground Brewery’s American pale ale (left); Mast Brothers for Shake Shack. Shake Shack is no stranger to the culinary collaboration, having enlisted everyone from David Chang to Big Gay Ice Cream for one-off burgers, shakes, and concretes. Show More Summary
Plus, Buffalo Wild Wing's Mountain Dew wing sauce. — Parts Unknown host Anthony Bourdain offers up some travel tips to Men's Journal. Namely, "beware of the buffet." Bourdain notes that hotel buffets include food that has "the most number...Show More Summary
Manhattanites eager to try the new ChickenShack sandwich from Shake Shack better not count their chickens before they've hatched. The popular, limited-edition sandwich introduced two months ago is... To view the full story, click the title link.
"Yes, I would give stars to a hamburger stand. No, probably not four stars," New York Times food critic Pete Wells said in his 2012 review of Shake Shack, which he awarded one star. Given that statement, Brooks Headley, chef and owner...Show More Summary
It's opening this winter in the city's Meiji-Jingu Gaien park. Here are some more details about beloved burger chain Shake Shack's expansion to Tokyo: According to a press release, the restaurant's first-ever Japan location will open in the city's famed Meiji-Jingu Gaien park. Show More Summary
Get ready for 24-hour breakfast from McDonald's (finally), rolling out Oct. 6! It won't be artisan, but who can turn down all-day hot cakes and McMuffins? Shake Shack is taking over Atlanta.…
"A Shake Shack for vegetarians." Count Pete Wells among Superiority Burger's many fans: The Times critic just reviewed Brooks Headley's tiny East Village restaurant — which is really more of a takeout operation — and praised the Sloppy Dave sandwich, tofu-and-brown-rice Superiority Wrap, and the ever-changing selection of vegetarian specials. Show More Summary
So much for Chicken Shack. Danny Meyer's Shake Shack won't be able to trademark the phrase after all. An U.S. Patent and Trademark Office official refused the popular burger chain's trademark... To view the full story, click the title link.
What began as a hot dog stand in New York’s Madison Square Park has exploded into a burger empire with locations across the globe.