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Shake Shack’s DFW Takeover Continues With Greenville Avenue Outpost

It’s the seventh local outpost of the NYC-based burger chain

burgers and fries from shake shack Courtesy Shake Shack
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Shake Shack, the wildly successful New York City burger joint helmed by hospitality mogul Danny Meyer, is officially taking over DFW.

The chain is set to open its latest Dallas-Fort Worth outpost at 5500 Greenville Avenue, Unit 505, inside the Old Town Dallas development, according to a press release. The restaurant will occupy a 2,929 square foot location complete with a patio and mural pained by Japanese-born, NYC based artist Mr. Kiji. This new location will make for seven Shake Shacks in the greater DFW area, including the first local outpost at the Crescent in Uptown Dallas and a recently-opened restaurant at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

Like all other Shake Shack locations, the Greenville Avenue outpost will serve Shack Burgers, crinkle-cut fries that can be doused with cheese or showered with crumbled bacon, and ice cream concretes made with slices of locally-baked pie. No word yet on whether or not the chain’s recently-announced (and much-feted) “Shack Bites” (read: chicken nuggets) will still be around when this location opens its doors.

No official opening timeline has been set for Shake Shack’s Greenville Avenue debut has been set, but expect for the location to land sometime in mid-2019.