It's been almost two years in the making but Shake Shack has finally opened their Flatbush outpost across from the Barclays Center. Along with Downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO, this is the chain's third foray into Brooklyn. Looking at you, Williamsburg! [ more › ]
Shake Shack, the burger joint that is minting money for restaurateur Danny Meyer, opened two new locations today: Virginia gets its first Shake Shack in the city of Tysons (it marks the D.C. area's fifth outpost), and Brooklyn welcomes a...
The Barclays-area Shack has a "Nothin' but Nets" custard. Yesterday, Shake Shack opened its Flatbush Avenue location near Barclays Center. In addition to its borough-themed "Fudge-eddabouitit" and "Brooklyn Pie Oh My" concretes, theShow More Summary
In a stunning reversal, Shake Shack has decided to ditch the fresh cut fries they debuted almost a year to the day. In a letter on its blog, the chain announced that beginning in November the "CRINKLES WILL BE BACK!!!" [emphasis theirs] but without any pesky artificial ingredients that may have been present in their first frozen iteration. [ more › ]
The powers behind Danny Meyer's hit burger stand Shake Shack have done the unthinkable: After switching from crinkle cut fries to freshly cut spuds last year, they are switching back. The controversial crinkle cut fries return to all Shake Shack...
Welcome home, home-fry. The French-fry world was rocked this afternoon when Shake Shack chief executive Randy Garutti announced the hamburger chain will ditch its heavily touted fresh fries and return to its old-school crinkle-cut-shaped ones by November. Show More Summary
Yes, the Silver Line is mentioned in a release. [ more › ]
The chain inked a deal to rent a 5,600-square-foot retail space on Fifth Avenue according to a report.
Seriously, poppy seeds? There's a requisite amount of flame-broiled hype mixed up in all of this, but something called Uncle Sam Fast Food, a Beijing-based Chinese hamburger chain, will open its first U.S. location at 307 Fifth Avenue in NoMad by the end of this year. Show More Summary
Construction for Chicago's first Shake Shack is well under way and Union Square Hospitality Group has "already secured a location" for a second outpost. Reps confirm to Eater Chicago that they will open a second location on the ground floor...
The visual of having a medical cannabis dispensary located next door to the city’s first Shake Shack, as an example, is too rich for us not to notice. [ more › ]
Yet-to-open NY-style 'roadside' burger stand posts AD for all positions.
While fans of Shake Shack await the opening of the hamburger chain’s first Chicago store later this year, a second location was announced Tuesday near Millennium Park. [ more › ]
Shake Shack is opening on Flatbush Avenue next month. Outposts of Parm and Umami Burger are already opening at North 4th Street and Bedford Avenue, and this morning, word started to spread that Danny Meyer's Shake Shack had signed for...Show More Summary
Boy Williamsburg you're having quite a week with your brand new Starbucks, and now here comes news that you could be getting a Shake Shack to call your own! [ more › ]
Shake Shack, the NYC-based chain of burger restaurants owned by restaurateur Danny Meyer, is opening a new location in Orlando, Flor. early next month. This is the chain's fifth location in Florida and 49th outlet worldwide.
Daniel Humm's staff assembles one mean burger. In this patty-mad city, there is high-end burger royalty (Minetta Tavern, the Spotted Pig), outstanding no-frills options (JG Melon, Shake Shack), iconic stand-alones that create their very...Show More Summary
Well, this all looks familiar. Above is the logo for Ice House in Oklahoma City (left) and for Danny Meyer's 10 year-old Shake Shack chain (right). See a resemblance?
Watch out, Shake Shack! The Five Guys on West 42nd Street and another on 34th Street have branched out, along with select locations in New Jersey and Virginia, into the brave new world of serving milkshakes. The base flavor is vanilla, but a lineup of ten mix-ins includes sour cherries, bacon, malted milk, and coffee. Show More Summary
Wood infused with New York history crafted by the talented Mark Jupiter