Shake Shack Catering Prices
The Shake Shack catering services may not revolutionize the fast-food catering industry but its combination of delicious New York-style hotdogs, hamburgers, and fries coupled with thick milkshakes, fast and friendly service, and ease of booking events makes for satisfied customers. Shake Shack takes pride – and rightly so – in its use of all-natural 100% Angus beef (i.e., meat contains no antibiotics and hormones). As of 2015, the publicly-traded corporation maintains 66 locations in North America, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and the Middle East while its headquarters are still in the city of its birth, New York City, New York.
Here’s a list of Shake Shack catering prices:
Shake Shack Catering Menu
Catering Not Available
|Shake Shack does not offer catering service but will accept large orders.|
|'Shroom Burger (Vegetarian)||$6.99|
Crinkle Cut Fries
|Shakes - Vanilla, Chocolate, Caramel, Black & White, Strawberry, Peanut Butter or Coffee Fair Shake||$5.29|
|Make It Malted||$0.50|
|Add Whipped Cream||$0.50|
|Shake of The Week||$5.59|
|Floats - Root Beer, Purple Cow or Creamsicle||$5.29|
|Cup or Cone (Single Dip)||$3.59|
|Cup or Cone (Double Dip)||$4.59|
|Pint To Go||$5.99|
|Design Your Own Concrete (Single)||$3.59|
|Design Your Own Concrete (Double)||$4.79|
|Shack-Made Lemonade (Regular)||$2.80|
|Shack-Made Lemonade (Large)||$3.55|
|Organic Fresh Brewed Iced Tea (Regular)||$2.30|
|Organic Fresh Brewed Iced Tea (Large)||$2.80|
|Fountain Soda (Regular)||$2.30|
|Fountain Soda (Large)||$2.80|
|Draught Root Beer (Regular)||$2.80|
|Draught Root Beer (Large)||$3.55|
|Organic Apple Juice (Regular (6.75 oz.)||$1.90|
|Bottled Water Regular (710 ml.)||$2.40|
|Stumptown Cold Brewed Coffee||$4.75|
|ShackMeister Ale Draught (16 oz.)||$5.69|
|ShackMeister Ale Draught (24 oz.)||$7.69|
Shack Red or White
|Shack White Glass (6 oz.)||$7.89|
|Shack Red Glass (6 oz.)||$8.89|
|Shack White Bottle (750 ml.)||$28.39|
|Shack Red Bottle (750 ml.)||$31.99|
Treats For Pets
|Bag O' Bones (5 Pc.)||$7.99|
TO FIND A CLOSEST Shake Shack
In 2000, Randy Garutti opened a hotdog cart inside the Madison Square Park as part of the awareness campaign for its renewal program. Garutti, the director of operations of Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG), was so successful in its operations that the cart became a popular stop inside the park for nearly 3 years.
The food cart business was transferred into a stand and the first Shake Shack was opened in July 2004. Even when the original plan only called for a single-shop location, the group soon realized the profitability of the business and began its expansion. Today, the restaurants are popular hangouts for men and women from different walks of life looking for a taste of New York cuisine.
Why Choose It for Your Catering Needs
Emphasis must be made that not all Shake Shack restaurants offer catering and/or delivery so you have to ask your local outlet about it. Fortunately, the restaurants that deliver orders for catering purposes are known for their efficiency particularly in the quality and quantity of food orders as well as in on-time, on-point delivery.
Keep in mind that the Shake Shack restaurant will likely have a minimum order, such as 30 or more burgers or hotdogs. You will be delighted to know that the Shake Shack catering prices will not shake your thrifty self either because ordering in bulk usually means discounts. You have to give the restaurant at least 24 hours’ notice before your planned event since there may be dozens of catering orders on the same day.
The juicy hamburgers on a flavorful bun are obviously the must-order items for most catering events. The meat is made of 100% all-natural Angus beef, freshly ground on site, and cooked medium unless otherwise requested, which is then sandwiched between a non-GMO Martin’s Potato Roll. You can request for the burgers to be topped by lettuce, tomato, onion, or pickle.
Add other items like chicken sandwich, flat-top dogs, crinkle-cut Yukon fries, frozen custard, and drinks and your party is off to a great start!
Last Updated: May 2, 2017 2:38 am