A "cult following" digs the "delicious" burgers and "legendary shakes" on tap at the South Florida branches of Danny Meyer's NYC-based chain; the "relatively cheap" eats and "comfortable and easygoing" atmosphere help make this "pig-out place" one of the "winners in the hamburger derby"; P.S. bring the pooch to sit outside because "it even has a menu for your dog."
One of my favorites! Little known fact: Today some top food chains realize that some of us like to spoil our pets and have secret menus for man's best friend. Mine loves the Pooch-ini. (a sundae made of peanut butter sauce, vanilla custard, and top with dog bone shaped biscuts) Check 'em out, your pet will love you forever...
I really wasn't impressed with the staff and food. The burger was decent better then give guys but worse then fuddrockers. I would say if you need something fast and better then bk sure but If you want a real good burger go else where.
What hasn't been said about Shake Shack that I can add? The milkshakes are incredible (the strawberry is so good!) and not so huge that I hate myself for getting one. The burgers are great and the fries are surprisingly good (I don't like crinkle style normally but I can never stop eating them). Oh, and try the chicken sandwich! It's the best. I get that over the burgers now. So much better than Spring Chicken.
Food: this is more like another burger joint like Five guys or Smash Burger with better quality than Burger King and Mcdonald's.
Service: burger made fresh every order so expect a short wait and fries are awesomely fresh off the fryer.
Price: In South Beach this is one of the cheaper eat out place with good quality food.
Overall: the restaurant is clean and in the newer complex with convenient location on Lincoln street.