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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Shake Shack coming to Winter Park

Posted By on Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 11:41 AM

click to enlarge NY foodie site Midtown Lunch created a handy guide for knowing how long your Shake Shack wait will be. We wish Shake Shack all success, but we hope the lines won't be quite so long here. (photo illustration via Midtown Lunch)
  • NY foodie site Midtown Lunch created a handy guide for knowing how long your Shake Shack wait will be. We wish Shake Shack all success, but we hope the lines won't be quite so long here. (photo illustration via Midtown Lunch)
Winter Park’s burger wars will get added sizzle when New York-based Shake Shack moves into the yet-to-be-built, Trader-Joe’s-anchored retail complex on North Orlando Avenue and Morse Boulevard.

Look for a heated rivalry between BurgerFi and Shake Shack, both of which offer a similar experience (crisp-edged burgers, shoestring fries, superthick shakes). Rumors still abound about a Shake Shack opening in Downtown Disney when it morphs into Disney Springs in 2016.

For more local food news, read this week's Tip Jar column

NY foodie site Midtown Lunch created a handy guide for knowing how long your Shake Shack wait will be. We wish Shake Shack all success, but we hope the lines won't be quite so long here. (photo illustration via Midtown Lunch)  

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