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Shake Shack’s Newest Dallas Outpost Lands Next Week

Shackburgers and crinkle fries will soon hit Greenville Avenue

burgers and fries from shake shack Courtesy Shake Shack
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NYC-based burger phenomenon Shake Shack will open its newest DFW outpost on Greenville Avenue next week.

The restaurant at 5500 Greenville Avenue Unit 505 will kick open the doors on Monday, May 27, according to a press release. This newest outpost of Shake Shack joins six other outposts of the chain founded by hospitality mogul Danny Meyer in DFW, including restaurants at Plano’s Legacy West, Uptown Dallas, and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

For diners who have somehow avoided the cult of Shake Shack, the chain is known for its top-quality ShackBurgers, made with Angus beef and served on pillowy buns. As with all other DFW outposts, the Greenville Avenue location will serve the Link Burger, which features a link of Pecan Lodge’s jalapeno-cheddar sausage atop a burger patty, and Pie Oh My ice cream concretes made with seasonally available slices of pie from Emporium Pies.

The doors to Shake Shack’s newest outpost open at 11 a.m. on May 27.