Atlanta Eats: Shake Shack

A few weeks ago, my fiance and I adventured over to the new development of shops and restaurants in Buckhead. There are several new exciting restaurants opening in that area and I can’t wait to try them out! We decided to try out the new Shake Shack that opened a few weeks ago. I have been to the location in the Theater District in New York City and was really excited about the new restaurant in Atlanta.

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Image via Shake Shack.com

 

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I like to stick to the classics from their menu. I always order their the Shackburger or the Shack-cago Dog. Don’t forget to add the cheese fries and chocolate shakes. They are a must! I usually stick to a chocolate milk shake, but I really want to go back soon and try the peanut butter shake. That’s wedding diet friendly right?

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The food at the new location in Atlanta was just as I remembered it to be in New York! The burgers and fries were delicious, the staff was very friendly, and the location is beautiful! Parking is a little tricky in the new development, but there is a huge parking lot. I was not pleased with having to pay for parking though.

I never noticed this before on the menu, but there is a section for your spoiled pet! I think we will need to bring the dogs of Supper Club of the South back for lunch.

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Shack Shake, you were as delicious as I remembered! I can’t wait to go back! Have you been to the new restaurants in Buckhead? I can’t wait to go back and try out Gypsy Kitchen and The Southern Gentleman.

– Mallory Anne

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