Yep, you read that right. Shake Shack is expanding into Baltimore.
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Shake Shack is continuing their cross-country expansion with new locations slated to open this year in Fairfax County, Virginia, JFK airport, Austin, Winter Park, Florida, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Chicago.
Michael Symon proved he's a force to be reckoned with at the 2014 South Beach Wine and Food Festival Burger Bash with his fourth People's Choice Award win. Shake Shack nabbed the Judges' Award.
Thanks to the nice folks at Shake Shack, one of our favorite burger joints, we're giving away one prize pack with six Shake Shack-themed goodies. Enter here for a chance to win!
The acclaimed burger joint will open its first location in Texas in late 2014.
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. My initial reaction? Damn, these are some good fries.
We love Shake Shack, but we've often wondered how a restaurant that prides itself on its freshness and quality of ingredients could choose to serve the crinkle-cut frozen fries they've been using since their inception. That's why we were so excited when we heard the news that starting this morning at 11 a.m. they would be replacing their frozen fries with fries cooked from fresh hand-cut potatoes.
Paramus, New Jersey, is racking up the fast-casual burger choices with Smashburger, Bobby's Burger Palace, Steak 'n Shake Signature, Bucu, and soon, Shake Shack, which is opening its first New Jersey location in Paramus this fall.
The Shake Shack team have managed to take the burgers that many Brits have become familiar with on their travels and transplanted them closer to home.
Today, Shake Shack announced they'll be opening in Las Vegas at the end of 2014. We'll finally be able to do a real side-by-side In-N-Out vs. Five Guys vs. Shake Shack taste test.
Shake Shack is opening two locations at JFK International Airport's Terminal 4 this year, the first one in May and the second in the fall. Besides serving the regular menu, they'll also have new breakfast menus.
Our favorite fast food burgers—which we defined as burgers you can order at a counter or drive-thru—include good old McDonald's, fast casual SmashBurger, lots of In-N-Out, and more. What are your favorite fast food burgers?
Today Shake Shack announced that they'll be opening in London's Covent Garden in mid-2013.
Tomorrow is Election Day, and two burger joints are trying to encourage voters with free food.
When James Beard award-winning chef Michael Solomonov isn't testing our kosher hamburger recipes, he has no problem scarfing down a good bacon cheeseburger in his hometown. Here are five of his favorite burgers in Philadelphia.
As executive chef of Michael Mina's Bourbon Steak in Georgetown, Adam Sobel is responsible for no less than five burgers on the menu. Interestingly, only one of those involves beef, but boy, is it a beef burger (think brisket, short rib, and chuck, blended and cooked over a wood fire, then brushed with red wine butter). Since we're fans of Adam's burger, we asked him for his top five favorite burgers in the capital.
You know your burger chain has made it big when you're required to post calorie counts on your menu. Shake Shack began listing calorie counts in their New York City locations on September 11 in compliance with a New York City Health Code regulation that requires restaurants with at least 15 locations to display calorie counts on menus within the city.
What's the best part of a Shake Shack hamburger? It's the beef and bun. The high-quality, custom-blended, perfectly seared, juicy and tender beef, along with the buttery Martin's Potato Rolls, right? The best part of an In-N-Out burger, on the other hand, is the ability to Animal Style-ify it. That is, the ability to order any burger sizzled on the griddle in mustard with caramelized onions, extra pickles, and In-N-Our "Spread" (a.k.a. Thousand Island Dressing). My mission this week: Create and consume the world's first Shake Shake Double Double Animal-Style.
Shake Shack's first location in Philadelphia is opening next Wednesday, June 6, at 2000 Sansom Street.