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It’s Love at First Shack

Shake Shack opens its first Shack in the North with SM North Edsa

All’s in bloom this summer as modern roadside burger stand Shake Shack brings its 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, shakes, and fries to hungry fans in Quezon City when it opened in SM North Edsa (SMNE).

Early birds joined in the Shack’s summer spectacle for limited-edition swags designed by Young Guns 19 awardee Raxenne Maniquiz and were entertained by buskers and dancers plus whimsical performances from various circus acts.

Shack in Bloom

Shake Shack brings in the beauty of the outdoors with its in-Shack artwork created by the brilliant local graphic designer and illustrator Raxenne Maniquiz. The artist behind Shack SM North’s vibrant hoarding, Raxenne paints a statement mural piece on the Shack’s facade punctuated by the playful Shack icons, setting a fun background for selfies. Inside the Shack, she visually translates her Philippine flora and fauna piece into 73 polygon diagrams spanning the outlet’s long dining space, providing pops of color in the interiors natural finish.

Stand and Star in Something Good

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Find more stars in the making with a sweet line up of desserts available in Shack SM North. The Berry Bituin concrete, a playful take on Quezon City’s City of Stars moniker and the tagalog word for star (bituin), winningly combines sweet and tart featuring vanilla frozen custard blended with strawberry sauce and Auro chocolate chunks, topped with freeze-dried strawberries. Shine with delight with the popular Apple Pie Oh My concrete – vanilla frozen custard blended with Tilde Bakery and Kitchen’s French Apple Pie.

As part of its mission to Stand For Something Good®, Shake Shack is committed to supporting its local communities and sourcing real, premium ingredients. A treat for a cause, 5% of sales from any Pie Oh My concrete support CENTEX, Ayala Foundation’s holistic education program that promotes student parent & teacher development from underserved Filipino communities. What’s sweeter? The concrete’s frozen custard is made with real sugar, no corn syrup and milk from dairy farmers who pledge never to use artificial growth hormones.

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