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More Shake Shacks Headed to Washington
The New York-based burger chain expands in the District and Virginia. By Anna Spiegel
More addictive Shack Burgers are headed to Washington. Photograph by Scott Suchman.
Comments () | Published September 6, 2013

Shack Burgers galore! New York-based chain Shake Shack just announced two upcoming locations in Washington: one in Union Station, and another in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Both are slated to open by mid-2014, which will mark a total of five branches in the area. Others currently dish out burgers, griddled hot dogs, and frozen custards in Dupont Circle and Penn Quarter and at Nationals Stadium.

Amtrak commuters will be happy to find the Union Station Shake Shack in the West Hall (flyers, keep your fingers crossed for a Reagan Airport sibling like JFK has). While no address has been given, the Virginia branch will be located next to Tysons Corner Center in an independent building that press materials describe as “an elevated plaza with lush green spaces and gardens.” It will also be within walking distance of the Silver Line, whenever that little project wraps up.

Back in June during the opening of the Penn Quarter Shack, CEO Randy Garutti told us that while the company was looking for more locations, “we’re not a company that descends on a city and tries to open, open, open.” Come 2014, Washington will boast the most Shake Shacks in one city save New York. Given this town’s fondness for burger chains—there are a lot—we could expect even more.

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