The roadside burger stand takes over 4,875 square feet that sits in the rotunda just past security before the split to A and B Gates that serve Southwest, Spirit, and Allegiant airlines.
The second largest Las Vegas location of the counter-service restaurant has room for 229 inside the open space, which features the same seating found at other valley locations. The space takes advantage of the rotunda’s huge arched windows and views of the airport’s planes and runways.
A roster of burgers, breakfast sandwiches, chicken, and hot dogs make the menu, along with Shake Shack’s concretes and crinkle-cut fries, wine, beer, and vegetarian options.
Since its arrival on the Strip in late 2014, the elevated burger restaurant has rapidly expanded to five Las Vegas locations including Henderson and T-Mobile Arena, with the global brand’s portfolio of airport outposts now found at JFK in New York, Phoenix Sky Harbor, LAX in Los Angeles, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, LaGuardia in New York, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.