You might as well get in line now: Beloved burger chain Shake Shack has announced that they will partner with NYC pastry chef and Cronut inventor Dominique Ansel to offer a special edition Cronut Hole Concrete next Tuesday, Septembe...
The most viral pastry of our time is teaming up with Shake Shack to create what will no doubt be the most insane foodiot line since the Ramen Burger! Shake Shack HQ has just announced that for one day only (September 17th), the wildly...Show More Summary
The expansion-minded folks at Shake Shack are at it again: The burger mecca has announced plans to open two new locations in the DC metropolitan area by mid 2014, adding to the three already open. As previously rumored, one...
A Shake Shack will also be opened in Tysons Corner, according to a release. [ more › ]
Shake Shack + Cake Love = Red Velvet Concrete. [ more › ]
Typical. A Metro article is critical of the "no bookings" policy that's been imported along with "American themed restaurants in London" in the last couple of years. Though no restaurants are singled out in particular, Shake Shack and Five Guys have been among this year's big openings. Show More Summary
The shacks just keep on coming. Danny Meyer's world-dominating hamburger-and-fries chain Shake Shack is headed to one of the most prominent corners of New York City real estate: the old Pete's Downtown space at the corner of Old Fulton Street and Water Street in Dumbo. Show More Summary
Beloved hamburger chain Shake Shack continues its world domination plan: It was announced today that the chain will open a branch in Dumbo, its third Brooklyn location.
In the not-so-distant future, every neighborhood in the city will have its own Shake Shack. The rapidly expanding burger chain announced a new DUMBO location on their Facebook page this morning, revealing they'll take over the space at One Old Fulton Street sometime mid-2014. [ more › ]
Dumbo's status as one of Brooklyn's leading magnets for lines is about to get stronger. Neighborhood hotspots such as Grimaldi's Pizzeria, the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory and Jane's Carousel all attract scores of visitors, who wait patiently in linear formations during the summer months. Show More Summary
December 20th, 2011 marked Shake Shack's first foray into Brooklyn. Now the burger empire has its sights set on Dumbo for a location to open in mid-2014.
Restaurateur Danny Meyer and Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti stopped by the New York Stock Exchange today to chat with Closing Bell's Maria Bartiromo about Shake Shack's 29 international locations (and counting). It's a spirited conversation about changing fast-food...
Gladys Knight's Chicken & Waffles will open its third location in Southwest Atlanta in late August (additional locations can be found in Lithonia and Downtown Atlanta). The iconic eatery, founded by soul singer-songwriter Gladys Knight...Show More Summary
We?ve got some delicious news to share from the folks over at Delta, as it looks like the carrier is going to start working with the ladies and gentlemen over at Union Square Hospitality Group. In case you?re not familiar with them,Show More Summary
JFK-BBQ-LHR Danny Meyer's restaurant group opened a Shake Shack and an outpost of Blue Smoke in JFK's Terminal 4 back in May, and today Delta announces it has partnered with Union Square Hospitality Group to bring Blue Smoke meals into the cabins of BusinessElite Express flights to Heathrow. Show More Summary
Are the new ones really better? Unlike many of my respected, French-fry-obsessed colleagues, I’ve always been partial to the original, fat, crinkle-cut (and yes, scandalously frozen) fries served at my neighborhood Shake Shack, up on...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Shake Shack announced that they were making a change to their menu by tweeting out a picture of their new fries (which I must admit, look delicious) and within minutes there was a furry of outraged fans saying that these new fries will NEVER replace crinkle cut in their hearts (or wallets).
Earlier this morning, we announced that starting today, the Upper East Side location of Shake Shack would replace the chain's standard frozen crinkle-cut fries with fresh-cut fries. But we're not ones to pass judgment without testing out the goods at hand, so I immediately jumped on the 6 train and stopped in to test them out. Show More Summary
The burger gods smiled down upon us today with news that Shake Shack finally finally FINALLY took the hint that the frozen crinkle-cut potato product they were passing off as french fries wasn't going to fly in this town. The chain announced the switch today, effective immediately at their Upper East Side outpost only—at least for the time being. Show More Summary
A Hamburger Today reports that the Upper East Side Shake Shack location in NYC has made the switch from serving frozen crinkle cut fries to serving fresh-cut french fries. Says Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti: "Every new Shack we open...