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Shake Shack
Hamburger Restaurant$
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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Madison Square Park Madison Ave & E.23rd St New York, NY 10010
Madison Avenue & E.23rd StUSNew YorkNew York10010
$Hamburger Restaurant, Ice Cream Shop
Hamburger Restaurant
Ice Cream Shop
American Restaurant
Hot Dog Stand
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSunday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Shake Shack is a modern day "roadside" burger stand serving the most delicious burgers, fries, hot dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine and more.
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Hip, counter-serve chain for gourmet takes on fast-food classics like burgers & frozen custard.- Google
"I always get my usual Shack Stack and flavor of the day frozen custard."
"Love the shake shack burger!"
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Darth Hotdog
3 weeks ago
This is a mandatory stop on any NYC trip! Outstanding freshness of ingredients combined with the charming ambiance of the Madison Square Park location make for a delightful luncheon break!
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Alex Glee
a week ago
Popular but average burger place. Not a great bang for buck ratio but the outdoor seating is nice and the ambience at night is beautiful - even romantic.
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Timothy Lam
a week ago
Pros: Excellent food! Some of the best burgers I've ever had were from Shake Shack. Cons: Long wait times and pretty pricey for a burger joint. Expect to spend upwards of $30+ for food & drinks for two people. Worth it though! Recommendation: Get the Shack-Stack Burger! It's a combination of cheeseburger & shroomburger (deep fried giant portabella mushroom). Avoid going at peak hours, such as the lunch rush on a weekend. You should check their shack-cam on their website to see how long the line is before you head over.
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Edward Kindred
in the last week
Tasty food, good outdoor seating area. Gets cold in winter outside so bring a coat.
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Fi Quinn
2 weeks ago
This is the original Shake Shack with outside seating. You line up at one window and wait for your order at the next. I love their crinkly fries (without cheddar as it's not the cheddar cheese I'm used to in the UK). I was lucky to try the Salted Maple custard (thick shake) as it was that week's special flavour, but it means that I'm going to be disappointed if they don't have that flavour next time. It was just the right amount of sweet n salty.
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Johnny Wang
a week ago
Well, since ya'll insisted I try this... and seeing as how the NYC office was a mere three blocks away... I made it out one chilly Tuesday, ordering myself a Smokeshack, and getting a free cup of their hot chocolate in light of the freezing weather. And, well, I was underwhelmed. That's not to say it was bad, no, not at all - the burger was enjoyable (albeit with a little too much thousand island), but it still had nothing on our In-n-Outs out here on the West Coast. As for the hot chocolate, it's hard to complain about free, but, even barring that, it was quite enjoyable if you like ridiculously thick and rich hot chocolate (by far the richest I've had to date, short of drinking chocolate). ***Accessibility Info*** Venue - A building in the middle of the Madison Square Park, with only outdoors seating, some of which was on softer dirt/sand that was hard to maneuver on given the recent melted snowfall, but is probably normally quite compact. Bathroom - Not sure if they have any.
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Shenoll Prekadini
a week ago
I love all the shake shack places and food is so good but i hate this loosers here they rate 3 4 stars and they complain like a lil bi**** huh
Kiki Fox
2 weeks ago
Here’s something I bet you didn’t know: before Shake Shack was a multimillion dollar company, famed for its burgers, crinkle fries, and lines, it was but a mere…hot dog stand. That’s right. The first-ever Shake Shack in Madison Square Park operated as a small hot dog cart in the summers of 2001-2003, before opening its more well known, line-inducing burger stand in the same location. The brand has kept true to its roots, and while most order the Shackburger, and most recently, the Chickenshack, there’s a section of the menu dedicated to some damn good dogs. Give em a try, if you're willing to brave the line.
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