Shake Shack launches fifth Greater Houston location at The Woodlands Mall

Shake Shack opened its new standalone location at The Woodlands Mall in November. (Courtesy Christine Han)
Shake Shack opened its new standalone location at The Woodlands Mall in November. (Courtesy Christine Han)

Shake Shack opened its new standalone location at The Woodlands Mall in November. (Courtesy Christine Han)

The national fast-casual chain Shake Shack launched its first location in The Woodlands on Nov. 19.

The stand-alone eatery, located on the southern courtyard of The Woodlands Mall at 1201 Lake Robbins Drive, Ste. 3034, The Woodlands, features both indoor and outdoor dining areas in addition to a walk-up window for to-go orders. The new location will utilize the new Shake Track digital preordering service as well.


“We’re thrilled to be opening at The Woodlands Mall and expanding our footprint in the Houston area," said Andrew McCaughan, Shake Shack's chief development officer, in a statement. “We’re incredibly excited about our Shack Track Walk Up Window at The Woodlands Shack and are looking forward to providing this new fulfillment experience to our guests.”

Shake Shack's menu at The Woodlands Mall includes the company's signature burgers and milkshakes in addition to chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and crinkle-cut french fries. Several holiday-themed milkshakes will be available from launch day, and spicier items from the restaurant's "hot" menu will be added through the end of the year, the company said. Both local and Shake Shack-branded beer and wine are also served.

Shake Shack was first founded in New York in 2004 and has since expanded to open around 280 locations worldwide, including Greater Houston-area restaurants in the Galleria, Rice Village, Montrose and downtown Houston. 346-220-4309. www.shakeshack.com
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 and is a reporter for The Woodlands edition.


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