Fries, burgers, shakes, and hot dogs made to order (in addition to shakes and concretes), the line at the Shake Shack can get pretty long (equivalent to the drive-thru lines at In-N-Outs), which is why they have a Shack Cam on their website that shows potential customers a real time snapshot of the Shake Shack’s lines.
Although the crinkle cut frozen french fries at Shake Shack are no competition for the hand-cut fries at In-N-Out, these fries from Shake Shack were nice and crispy on the outside with a fluffy potato interior.
Just as vegetarian choices are limited at In-N-Out, I ordered the only vegetarian burger at Shake Shack: the Shroom Burger. “Crisp-fried portobello filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheese, topped with lettuce, tomato, and Shack sauce.”
I love the Grilled Cheese from In-N-Out’s secret menu, but my brother was shocked to hear me say that Shake Shack is better than In-N-Out. When you compare the Veggie Burger or Grilled Cheese from In-N-Out, which consists of vegetables with or without cheese on a bun, to the Shroom Burger consisting of two portobello mushroom caps, breaded and fried, oozing with muenster and cheddar cheeses, come ON!
Madison Square Park
New York, NY