Shake Shack Singapore announced today that a third outlet is on the way.
A year after debuting at Changi Airport, the New York burger franchise said its new store will soon open at Liat Towers, a posh shopping mall that houses brands like Hermes and Massimo Dutti on Orchard Road. Its second outlet opened in February on Neil Road.
“We’re makin’ our way to ya, Orchard Road! Hot on the heels of the 89 Neil Road debut on 7 February, Shake Shack Singapore is opening a third fine-casual Shack at Liat Towers. Located in the heart of bustling Orchard Road, Singapore’s famed shopping district, the Shack opens in the third quarter of 2020,” the burger place said in a statement released today.
The upcoming outlet will have al fresco seating, a first for the franchise in Singapore. Fans can look forward to enjoying signature dishes such as the Shroom Burger and Chick’n Shack while sipping cold craft beers or milkshakes when Singapore lifts restrictions on dining out put in place to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Aside from their burgers and milkshakes, Shake Shack is also known for Instagram-worthy interiors and outdoor murals unique to each outlet. Local artist Danielle Tay was recruited to paint the third Shack.
Tay’s mural will include designs of iconic local tourist spots such as Gardens by the Bay, The Esplanade and Sentosa island.
Since April, Shake Shack Singapore has only been permitted to provide delivery and takeaway orders from its outlets at Neil Road and Jewel Changi.
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