There are now Shake Shacks all over Chicago. And one popped up in Wrigleyville before you even had time to grieve the loss of the Taco Bell that was torn down. Let this place console you with tasty burgers, and a specialty concrete made with frozen custard and a seasonal slice of Bang Bang Pie.
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Shake Shack's burgers live up to the hype, but the food love stops there. Local partnerships at least help give the first Chicago location some street cred.
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