The King of Prussia Shake Shack has swung open its doors to hungry suburban shoppers and office workers. This new location will serve all of your favorite Shake Shack classics along with new frozen custard concretes:
As if news of getting a Federal Donuts was enough for one day. Now University City finds out that its Shake Shack will open on Friday, October 11th at 11 a.m. The Chestnut Square location (3200 Chestnut Street) is the second location in the area for Danny Meyer’s burger chain. A third location will open later this month in King of Prussia. but an exact date has not been determined.
OK. This is officially from the Department of Whoa, We Never Saw This One Coming. New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation is currently accepting bids for a 20-year license to operate a bar and restaurant on the site of the former Tavern On the Green, which for the majority of the 20th Century was a prime destination dining spot in Central Park but later became known as a bankrupt tourist trap. Read more »
But will they take Paddy’s Dollars? Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney is looking to buy Skinner’s Dry Goods (formerly Skinners) on Market Street. After a 6-week rehab in January, it’ll reopen as Mac’s. [Phoodie]
Former Philadelphia Flyer captainÂ Keith Primeau is opening a Bain’s Deli at the corner of Broad and Lombard. [Meal Ticket]
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Danny Meyer is talking about bringing his Shake Shack concept up and down the East Coast and as Grub Street points out, Philadelphia is certainly on the East Coast and we’d like to point out, a lot better of a city than DC or Boston. [Grub Street]