Posts Tagged ‘Shake Shack’

Which Foods at Nationals Park Have the Biggest Mark-Up?

The reality of marked-up prices on food and beverage at the ballpark isn't exactly a secret—no one paying nine bucks for a can of Miller Lite believes it's a bargain. But with the arrival of so many stadium outposts from D.C. dining establishments, Nats fans can figure out exactly how much they're getting fleeced on […]

The Hungries: The Best and Worst of D.C. Restaurants in 2013

During the second week of May, four new restaurants opened up on 14th Street NW—the same number that debuted in the same corridor all of last year. Which pretty much tells you everything you need to know about 2013: It seemed hardly a day went by that D.C. didn’t see another new bar, restaurant, market, […]

Work Those Buns: Shake Shack Starts a Running Club

Want to immediately cancel out your work out? Shake Shack has a new running club for you. The New York-based chain will soon launch Shack Track & Field, a running club that ends its hour-long workout with a social at Shake Shack Dupont Circle. The club will meet at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday […]

Shake Shack Coming to Union Station and Tysons Corner

Y&H speculated back in August that Shake Shake may be on its way to Union Station. Now it's official, according to a press release from the burger joint, and an additional location is coming to Tysons Corner. Both shops are slated to open in mid-2014. The Union Station location will be located in the West […]

Young & Hungry’s DC Beer Week Guide: Thursday

Today is the busiest day of DC Beer Week, so if you haven't gotten out yet, it's time to start. Tonight's choices include the usual tap takeovers and beer-pairing dinners, but also unique events like a beer festival at Nationals Park and, of all things, a beer-themed tribute to Neil Young and poutine. Below are our […]


The now-legendary cronut, a trademarked croissant-doughnut hybrid from New York pastry chef Dominique Ansel, is getting lots of hype this summer. But you don’t need to leave the District to find equally outlandish dessert mash-ups. From Pop-Tart ice cream sandwiches to doughnut milkshakes, here are a few ways to double your sugar rush in one […]

Is Union Station Next for Shake Shack?

Now that Shake Shack has locations in Dupont Circle, Nationals stadium, and Penn Quarter, what's next for the New York-based burger chain? Possibly Union Station. Shake Shack recently registered an LLC for "Shake Shack Union Station Washington, D.C.," suggesting it is working toward a location there. But nothing is officially official. "We don't have any news […]

Shake Shack Opens New Location With Astro Doughnuts Frozen Custard

Shake Shack officially opens in the International Spy Museum today at 11 a.m. This is the third D.C. location for the New York chain, after Dupont Circle and Nationals Stadium. Exclusive to the F Street NW location  are three new "concretes" (frozen custard ice creams with mix-ins), including the Beltway Blonde with vanilla custard, cheesecake […]

Restaurateur Ashok Bajaj Opening Restaurant in Former Zola Space

Yesterday, Shake Shack confirmed that it will open its third D.C. location in the International Spy Museum's Spy City Café space at 800 F St. NW next summer. Today, Douglas Development brings word that the next-door property formerly occupied by Zola has been leased by Ashok Bajaj, the restaurateur behind Oval Room, Rasika, Bibiana, and other […]

What To Eat This Weekend: Boozy Brunch For Charity at Jack Rose

On Saturday, Jack Rose hosts a brunch-time precursor to this year's splashy Taste of the Nation charity event. Cooks from some of D.C.'s top eateries, including Belga Café, Café Saint-Ex, Bar Pilar, Domku, and Shake Shack, are preparing the food, while noted mixologists Gina Chersevani, Rachel Sergi, Chantal Tseng and David Fritzler handle cocktails. And […]