Las Vegas continues its love affair with burgers with huge chains already planning expansions across the city.
Shake Shack plans a fifth Southern Nevada restaurant at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North next to the World Market Center. The 3,000-square-foot restaurant should debut in early 2018. Already this location is hiring for managers in the last week. The future address of 905 S. Grand Central Pkwy. places it in a highly visible spot on the southern end of the retail center, right by the Brooks Brothers Factory Outlet and on the opposite side of the mall from The Cheesecake Factory.
Shake Shack already has locations at New York-New York, Downtown Summerlin, inside T-Mobile Arena and at the latest District at Green Valley Ranch.
In the meantime, In-N-Out Burger, the Southern California staple that’s often a first stop for many tourists, plans to open two new locations, probably in 2018. One sits near Sahara Avenue and Hualapai Way while the second heads to Flamingo Road and Sandhill Road.
Las Vegas is already home to 14 locations of In-N-Out Burger, including the latest $2 million opening at The Linq Promenade.
Back in 2015, when Shake Shack opened at New York-New York, Las Vegas held the honor of being the only place in the world to host both restaurants.
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