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There’s a good reason why Shake Shack attracts crowds in all of its locations around the world: simple, high-quality versions of American classics.
This modern-day version of a “roadside” burger stand serves delicious burgers, chicken, hot dogs, shakes, frozen custard, craft beer, wine, and more. Since the original Shack opened in 2004 in NYC’s Madison Square Park, the company has expanded to more than 270 locations in 27 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, including more than 80 international locations.
The burgers are the stars of the show, made with 100 percent Angus beef that’s humanely raised, vegetarian-fed, source verified, and antibiotic and hormone-free. Shakes and concretes with Shake Shack’s famous dense, rich, and creamy frozen custard are a must.
Owner Danny Meyer has been recognized in the industry for his spirit of hospitality. Using the same ingredients for menu items as Danny’s fine-dining restaurants (Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, and more), Shake Shack is known for being a “fine-casual” establishment. As Danny explained to Anderson Cooper, fine-casual means “marrying together the ethos and taste level of fine dining with the fast-food experience.”
Shake Shack stands proudly at Halo, conveniently located for visitors to Downtown L.A. museums or concertgoers at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
To expedite your Shake Shack experience, Shack app is available to download on iPhone or Android.
For a full list of eateries at Halo in Downtown L.A.’s Bunker Hill neighborhood, visit our Dine & Explore page.