Shake Shack to open in the District at GV Cattle ranch

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Wade Vandervort A take a look at the District’s most recent eatery, Shake Shack, in Henderson

Shake Shack at The District Release slideshow”Shake Shack is set to serve its popular burgers to starving patrons in Henderson. The

burger chain’s 4th Southern Nevada location, at the District at Green

Valley Cattle ranch, is set to open on Wednesday. Understood for its natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, griddled flat-top hot dogs and

crinkle-cut fries, Shake Shack has established a cult-like global following. Shake Shack opened a permanent kiosk in Madison Square Park in Manhattan in 2004 after definite success as a hotdog cart in the park throughout the previous three summers. The company has places in 17 states and the District of Columbia, as well as global areas, consisting of London, Istanbul, Tokyo

, Moscow, Seoul, South Korea, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.” We’re thrilled to broaden to the District at Green Valley Cattle ranch, Shake Shack Henderson General Supervisor Michael Perryman said.

“Our customers have been waiting on this given that we first concerned the marketplace. The District has the best shopping and dining in Henderson, so it’s an amazing time.” The Henderson Shake Shack will have a selection of regional frozen custard concretes, including PB Toffee Crunch, Takes the Cupcake and Pie Oh My.

Henderson-based Joseph James Developing Business’s beers will be available for purchase. Brooklyn Brewery’s Shake Shack-exclusive ShackMeister Ale and beer from Kona Developing Business will be available. Wine from Napa, Calif.-based Frog’s Leap Winery will likewise be served. Shake Shack’s project, Mean Something Good, will continue at the Henderson Shack, with 5 percent of sales from its Pie Oh My concrete donated to Three Square food bank in Las Vegas. The

Henderson location features green architecture and environmentally friendly construction, utilizing recycled and sustainable products, a company spokesman stated. The walls are embellished with recovered cedar and Oregon White oak logs,

repurposed into wooden plans. The table tops were made by CounterEvolution utilizing reclaimed bowling alley lanes, and the cubicles were developed with lumber accredited by the Forest

Stewardship Council. Shake Shack’s 3 other Las Vegas areas remain in T-Mobile Arena, in front of New York-New York and at Downtown Summerlin. The Henderson Shake Shack, 2225 Village Stroll Drive, will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday

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