The first Boston-area Shake Shack -- a modern-day roadside burger stand -- will open in Chestnut Hill on Wednesday, March 20, at 11 a.m., according to a press release.
Born in New York City’s Madison Square Park in 2004, Shake Shack is known for its all-natural burgers, flat-top dogs, frozen custard, beer, wine, and more.
This new restaurant will be located at 49 Boylston Street along Route 9 in The Street Chestnut Hill shopping center, previously known as Chestnut Hill Shopping Center.
“Chestnut Hill is a thriving community with easy access to downtown Boston,
Newton, and Brookline, as well as close proximity to Boston College,” said Randy
Garutti, Shake Shack CEO. “We’re very excited to be here, and look forward to
this Shack becoming a true neighborhood hangout.”
The Chestnut Hill Shack is constructed with a variety of recycled and sustainable
materials— its interior walls are clad in reclaimed wood from an old paper mill at
Mount Tom in Holyoke, floor tiles are made from recycled content, tabletops
are sourced from reclaimed bowling alley lanes, and wooden chairs and booths
are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Plus, energy-efficient kitchen equipment is utilized, with 100% of electric usage offset through Renewable Energy Credits.
To keep guests virtually connected, free Wi-Fi is available.
To check out the all the Shake Shack classics, as well as the exclusive selection featured on the Chestnut Hill menu, click here.