New York's Shake Shack burger chain infiltrates East Dallas
A new location of New York burger chain Shake Shack is opening, which is almost starting not to be news anymore, except in this situation, it is because of the location: in Dallas' Old Town center east of US 75.
According to a release, the restaurant will open later in 2019 at 5500 Greenville Ave, #505, IE the former Fuddrucker's space, which got nudged out of its space in September 2018. Trading out one burger for another.
According to the Advocate, which is all over this, the Shake Shack will open in May or early June.
The new location will have an outdoor patio as well as an outdoor mural by Mr Kiji, a New York artist/ad agency that seems to favor a color-blocked style.
The Old Town menu will feature all of the items you can get at any other Shake Shack, including the ShackBurger, crinkle-cut fries, milkshakes, and frozen custard concretes.
Shake Shack is committed to green architecture and eco-friendly construction, and so will build the Old Town Dallas Shack with recycled and sustainable materials. Booths will be made from lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, and table tops will be made from reclaimed bowling alley lanes.
Shake Shack is known for Angus beef burgers, chicken sandwiches, and flat-top Vienna beef dogs. They also serve beer and wine.
The original opened in 2004 in NYC’s Madison Square Park. The company now has nearly 200 locations in 26 states and the District of Columbia; and more than 70 international locations across London, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Dubai, Tokyo, Moscow, Seoul, and more.