Surprise: still weird!
They're made with something called "beef seasoning."
It's only available at the Midtown East location through March 25.
How do you even eat this thing?
Apparently, it cheapens the brand.
This was supposed to happen over two years ago.
A classic Shack cheeseburger topped with crispy marinated shallots and ShackSauce.
He grinds shio kombu into the meat.
"Those buns were under heat lamps or something like that, because they were really hard."
"No bun because bread is boring."
There is also a white chicken sandwich.
Some people say it has a mysterious "peppery" taste, too.
It's In-N-Out Burger's first East Coast foray.
The bun is also black.
The borough's official Shake Shack count is growing, and more are likely on the way.
Why do so many chefs refuse to sell burgers during prime-time hours?
Plus cod fritters, oysters, and grilled cheese.
At the NoMad Bar, Cherche Midi, Narcissa, and Wilma Jean.
Shakes do come with those fries.