Shake Shack menu prices

Last Updated on September 16, 2023
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Shake Shack is a fast-food restaurant chain based in New York, specialized in serving hot dogs, burgers, French fries, frozen custard, and shakes. Shake Shack menu prices are a little bit higher than those you can find at similar fast-food restaurants but this is due to the fact that most of their stores are located in the New York City area.

In the table below you will find the latest Shake Shack menu prices.

Food Size Price

Frozen Custard

Shakes – Vanilla, Chocolate, Caramel, Black & White, Strawberry, Peanut Butter or Coffee Fair Shake $6.19
Make It Malted $0.69
Add Whipped Cream $0.69
Shake of The Week $6.59
Floats – Root Beer, Purple Cow or Creamsicle $6.29
Cup or Cone Single Dip $4.69
Cup or Cone Double Dip $5.59
Pint To Go $6.89
Concretes Single $5.59
Concretes Double $7.79
Design Your Own Concrete Single $4.59
Design Your Own Concrete Double $5.79
Mix-Ins $0.89

Flat-Top Dogs

Shack-cago Dog $5.19
Hot Dog $4.19
Chicken Dog $5.49


Chick’n Shack $7.29


ShackBurger Single $6.19
ShackBurger Double $8.99
SmokeShack Single $7.89
SmokeShack Double $10.69
‘Shroom Burger (Vegetarian) $7.99
Shack Shack $10.59
Hamburger Single $5.29
Hamburger Double $7.59
Add Bacon $1.99

Crinkle Cut Fries

Fries $3.49
Cheese Fries $4.99


Shack-Made Lemonade Regular $3.89
Shack-Made Lemonade Large $4.59
Organic Fresh Brewed Iced Tea Regular $2.79
Organic Fresh Brewed Iced Tea Large $3.29
Fifty/Fifty Regular $2.99
Fifty/Fifty Large $3.89
Fountain Soda Regular $2.79
Fountain Soda Large $3.29
Draught Root Beer Regular $3.29
Draught Root Beer Large $4.49
Organic Apple Juice Regular (6.75 oz.) $2.19
Bottled Water Regular (710 ml.) $2.89
Stumptown Cold Brewed Coffee $5.59


Shack Red or White

Shack White Glass (6 oz.) $8.89
Shack Red Glass (6 oz.) $9.89
Shack White Bottle (750 ml.) $29.99
Shack Red Bottle (750 ml.) $33.49


ShackMeister Ale Draught (16 oz.) $6.69
ShackMeister Ale Draught (24 oz.) $8.69


Treats For Pets

Pooch-Ini $4.79
Bag O’ Bones 5 Pc. $8.89

Brand History

Shake Shack was founded in 2004 by Danny Meyer as a result of his efforts to rebuild Madison Square Park. This business started from a simple hot dog cart owned by Dany Meyer’s Union Square Group. It was located in the Madison Square Park in order to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy and redevelopment. Its first location was a real success and the business expanded since then.

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The first location outside of New York City was opened in 2010 at the Lincoln Road Mall in Miami Beach’s South Beach neighborhood.

By August 2014, there were Shake Shack locations in Virginia, California, Texas, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Nevada, Washington D.C., New Jersey, Florida, New Hampshire, Georgia, Massachusetts, Illinois and Maryland.

Nowadays, Shake Shack restaurant is a New York symbol and there are more than two hundred locations all over the United States of America, plus 12 more around the world in countries such as Canada, United Kingdom, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, China, Turkey, Hing Kong, Singapore, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Qatar, Kuwait, Philippines and Mexico.

Our review

Shake Shack BurgerAccording to many clients, if you would like to experience a taste of New York you should try one of the Shake Shack’s dishes. Their food is fresh, tasty and encourages you to return.

If you are going to Shake Shack for the first time and you don’t know what to order, you should try their Chick’n Shack, Shackburger, the Shack-cago Dog or the Shroom Burger. Though, the most popular food item is the ShackBurger, which can be served in single or double. This contains their signature Shack Sauce, a beef patty, tomato, American cheese, and lettuce.

The shakes from Shake Shack have been reviewed as some of the best in the industry, but their menu also includes wine, beer and frozen custard. The beverage menu is customized according to the local flavors of the city in which the restaurant operates.

Shake Shack prides itself with offering the best food meals cooked with the best ingredients. For instance, their fries are never frozen, but hand cut right in the store to ensure their freshness.

The seating in Shake Shack restaurants varies from one location to another. There are locations that offer a large variety of seating options ranging from two to eight, while at the smaller branches the seating offer is limited.

There are positive reviews regarding the overall customer service and the food items. The staff is welcoming, friendly and efficient. You will get your order as soon as possible.

Shake Shack FAQs

At what time does Shake Shack open?

Shake Shack opens at 11:00 a.m. every day, but it depends on the location and day of the week. It is recommended to check the schedule of the restaurant you are interested in on their official website.

At what time does Shake Shack close?

In general, Shake Shack closes at 09:30 p.m. However, the closing hours may vary from on location to another, so you should verify this information on their official website.

Can I pay with a credit card at Shake Shack?

Yes, Shake Shack accepts all major credit cards in all restaurants.

Does Shake Shack deliver?

Yes, Shake Shack offers delivery services through their website or Shack App, or you can get their products delivered to your door through a third-party delivery platform such as Caviar, Grubhub, Door Dash, Uber Eats or Postmates.

Does Shake Shack have any vegan or vegetarian options?

Yes, Shake Shack offers the Veggie Shack and the ‘Shroom Burger, which are great meatless options.

What type of oil does Shake Shack use?

Shake Shack uses only pure soybean, cholesterol-free oil in all their fryers.

What’s on the Shake Shack food truck’s menu?

Shake Shack food truck’s menu includes most of the Shack classics such as the Cups of Custard, the ShackBurgers, the Shakes, the SmokeShacks, the Crinkle Cut Fries, the Shroom Burgers, the Floats, the Hot Dogs, the Chick’n Bites and many more.

Alec Pow
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