NY-based burger joint Shake Shack is headed to the Philippines
Burger fans rejoice! You can have a taste of their burgers starting spring 2019
Jul 18, 2018
After years of speculation, New York-based burger chain confirms plans to open a store in the Philippines. Shake Shack announced the move on Instagram with a spread of their famous offerings along with an illustration of the Philippine map.
According to the post, they are set to open their first store in the country come spring next year.
Shake Shack, famous for their burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, and shakes, started out as a “roadside” burger stand in Madison Square in New York in 2001. To date, it has several stores in many states in the United States and internationally in countries like the United Kingdom, Japan, China, Bahrain, and other Middle Eastern countries.
Stay tuned for more news regarding their upcoming store in Manila by subscribing to our newsletter here.
Photo courtesy of Shake Shack Instagram
A ‘rice revolution’ is happening in Leyte five years after Yolanda
Toto Patigas Sr. wins reelection bid despite being murdered less than a month ago
LOOK: Filipino artists to exhibit at Palais de Tokyo in June
Philippine cinema mourns passing of director and production designer Cesar Hernando
Country’s first electric-powered train now operational at PNR