More Shake Shacks, everybody: Restaurateur Danny Meyer's absurdly popular burger chain is opening its second location in Orlando, Florida, joining a Shack in Orlando's Winter Park that opened in July. The new location will be located in the I-Drive 360...
Daniel Humm's limited-edition Shake Shack burger. Let's discuss something important: NPR reports on research that says "you can to some extent feel satisfied by the mere sight of food." The story has since gotten traction in several media outlets, but Grub is... Show More Summary
The publicly traded restaurant group is likely to have two more names for investors to ponder in the months ahead, one a returnee and another that will undoubtedly be met with -- yes -- talk of its "next Chipotle" potential.
Always one for innovative co-op projects, Jeff Staple of Staple links up with New York-based restaurant chain Shake Shack to create this latest edible collaboration. Allowing viewers to sit in on the creative discussion between Jeff and… Staple x Shake Shack “Staple Concrete” is a post by Chris Danforth on Highsnobiety.
Restaurateur Danny Meyer (of Gramercy Tavern and Shake Shack fame) is officially in the pizza game: Eater NY goes inside Meyer's hotly anticipated Roman pizzeria, Marta, which opens its doors tonight. Chef Nick Anderer — who's also in the...
We'll take four. Shake Shack is doing its hippest product rollout of all time today, the Staple Concrete, which is a partially edible collaboration with Doughnut Plant and Staple Design. The edible part is the Shack's classic vanilla...Show More Summary
Doughnut Plant doughnuts and Shake Shack's concretes have been joined together to create a doughnut-filled ice cream concoction that's sure to lead to some epic post-ingestion napping. Consuming just one of those items on its own requires taking the rest of the day off. [ more › ]
Last Word, the seasonally focused restaurant slated to replace P'cheen at 701 Highland Ave. by the end of September, has added a new co-chef to its roster. Matt Palmerlee, a partner in Athens' the Branded Butcher, is a longtime pal and...Show More Summary
More details have emerged about Shake Shack's desire to go public with news that Danny Meyer's international burger chain may be valued as much as $1 billion on the open market. Yes, billion with a B, as in holy shit that's a lot of burgers. [ more › ]
Dang! It looks as though the Shake Shack is gonna IPO at a value of $1 billion. (BTW, $1 billion would buy you about 210 million ShackBurgers.) At that level, Shake Shack would debut at 50 times projected earnings of about $20 million this year, the people said, asking not to be named because the details are private. Show More Summary
Restaurateur Danny Meyer's popular burger chain Shake Shack appears to be preparing for an incredibly high initial public offering. Sources tell Bloomberg that the company could be valued as high as $1 billion. The IPO — which was first...
Coming soon to pretty much everywhere they aren't already. Even though we're seemingly living in a golden era of Chicken Fries and avocado-topped fast-food delicacies, analysts now say there's little room left for chains to grow, in the U.S. Show More Summary
It's about to be a holiday weekend, and Shake Shack aficionados know what that means: special menu items. Up this weekend: corn dogs and peach concretes. The restaurant chain will offer their Shack Corn Dogs served with Rick's Picks...
Andrew Burton/Getty Images After more than a year of hits and misses in the pool of emerging restaurants to go public, investors may soon be able to buy into a rapidly expanding gourmet burger chain. It's not In-N-Out. It's not Five Guys. Show More Summary
The Summer of Shack draws to a close. Beginning on Friday and extending through Monday, Shake Shack is bringing back its annual, end-of-summer corn dog extravaganza. With the exception of the hamburger chain's JFK outlets and ballpark...Show More Summary
Starting this Friday, and continuing through Monday September 1st, Shake Shack will be offering up their special edition corn dogs once again. [ more › ]
Workout classes that end with food and booze are apparently a growing trend these days. Among the many out there, Shake Shack runs one called Shack Track & Field, which awards participants with a free drink and free frozen custard,....