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1. Shake Shack11 Madison Ave, New York
2. Shake ShackGrand Central Terminal, 109 E 42nd St, New York
3. Shake Shack366 Columbus Ave, New York
4. Shake Shack Theater District691 8th Ave, New York
5. Shake Shack152 E 86th St, New York
6. Shake Shack215 Murray St, New York
7. Shake Shack409 Fulton St, Brooklyn
8. Citi Field12301 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing
Long before Shake Shack was an international chain with outposts as far as Dubai, it was a hot dog stand in Madison Square Park. The original location is still in the park, but instead of a roaming cart, it's a large kiosk surrounded by a sea of outdoor tables. There are two lines, an express one reserved for cold orders (that would be the frozen custard and concretes -- get them, they're good) and a regular one for everything else, which includes the signature ShackBurgers, crinkle-cut fries, and flat-top hot dogs.
Located at Grand Central Station, this Shake Shack location is just as tasty as the original, doling out the seriously delicious burgers, shakes, custard & dogs that have made it a Big Apple institution.
It may have started as a hot dog stand in Madison Square Park, but the Shack's now a national purveyor of seriously delicious burgers, shakes, custard, and hot dogs that everyone's come to love. Located across the street from the Museum of Natural History, the Upper West Side outpost (the second Shake Shack to ever open) has an enclosed sidewalk cafe and a downstairs rec room with a big screen TV. There are two lines, a C-line reserved for cold orders (that would be the frozen custard and concretes -- get them, they're good) and a regular one for everything else, which includes the signature ShackBurgers, crinkle-cut fries, and flat-top hot dogs.
Serving up standbys like the ShackBurger and the Chi-style Shack-cago dog, the newest outlet in Meyer's empire also has 'hood-inspired Concretes (dense frozen custard mixed) like a chocolate joint w/ peanut butter & marshmallaw sauces and chocolate-covere
Easy access to Central Park and the Pineapple Upper East Side Cake means that if you've been to one Shake Shack you actually haven't been to them all. Of course you'll still be able to snag your french fries dipped in salted carmel house-named burger at this join. There’s a reason Shake Shack’s fresh, hand-cut fries were booted in favor of these crinkle cut originals. The ridged taters are never limp and actually hold up under their gooey cheese sauce.
Slightly shorter lines than other locations mean slightly less time between you and your beloved Shroomburger. Though cheese fries and milkshakes are no doubt the perfect double date, we know it's all about the Shroomburger.
This Downtown Fulton Shake Shack is serving up all the goodness that the other locations have. Go for a shake, some of their specialty wine and brew, and don't leave without the crinkle-cut fries.
The home of the New York Mets since 2009. With about 42,000 seats, world-class dining (and Shake Shack!), and other amenities (wide-open concourses, the Shea Bridge, the Jackie Robinson Rotunda...), Citi is a modern stadium for everyone from the die-hard fan to the die-hard fan's uninterested girlfriend.