Shake Shack has finally made its Brooklyn debut, opening on the Fulton Mall today, according to the Brooklyn Paper.
The 409 Fulton location is the seventh in New York City for restaurateur Danny Meyer’s fancy fast food chain. Last year, Borough President Marty Markowitz announced Shake Shack’s opening, and mouths have been watering since.
According to the Paper, the new Shake Shack will have some exclusive Brooklyn-centric concretes (thick custard with mix-ins), like the Fudge-eddaboutit, featuring a Mast Brothers chocolate-cinnamon sauce, the Urban Lumbershack with bacon-peanut brittle, and the Borough Precedent, featuring Early Bird granola.
Eater New York reports that Shake Shack is now offering a sausage dog called The Frisky Dog, which will be available at all locations. The blog even reports that there’s a new off-the-menu snack called Frisky Fries, which are cheese fries topped with The Frisky Dog’s spicy onions.
like Panera Bread (slated to open in February), Sugar and Plumm and American BBQ and Beer Company (both expected to open in fall 2012).
Shake Shack’s Downtown Brooklyn hours are from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.