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Shake Shack Debuts Downtown Houston Location Next Week

Get ready for even more Shackburgers and crinkle fries

Burgers and fries from Shake Shack Shake Shack [Official Photo]
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NYC’s Shake Shack will open its fourth Houston outpost next week, bringing the famed Shackburgers and crinkle fries to a fifth area location.

The newest Shake Shack will make its debut at 702 Main Street on Saturday, June 29, joining restaurants in Montrose, the Galleria, Rice Village, and Minute Maid Park. Like the rest of the Houston-area Shake Shacks, this location will serve the Lockhart Link Burger, topped with a link of Kreuz Market jalapeno-cheese sausage and concretes made with cookies and pie from Fluff Bake Bar.

Downtown likely isn’t the last location that Shake Shack has in the works for the Houston area right now. A tipster pointed Eater in the direction of construction documents that indicate that an outpost is headed to The Woodlands, though a representative for the chain declined to confirm any further details on that location.

Stay tuned for more details on Shake Shack’s potential expansion to The Woodlands, and in the meantime, hit the new Downtown post for any serious Chicken Shack cravings.

Update: Shake Shack’s opening date has been pushed back from Tuesday, June 25 to the end of the week due to construction and operations, according to a PR rep.