The third Shake Shack in Kings County opens tomorrow, Sunday, August 10th, at 11AM. Located at 170 Flatbush Avenue, the Flatbush Shack is just a three-pointer away from Barclays Center—home of the Brooklyn Nets.
Building on the success of the Downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO Shacks, the Flatbush Avenue location is within walking distance of several vibrant neighborhoods including Park Slope and Fort Greene. It’s easily accessible by numerous subway lines at the Atlantic Avenue station which is directly across the street.
The menu features all the Shake Shack classics, including the Shack’s beloved crinkle cut fries. It also boasts a selection of rich, creamy and creative frozen custard concretes. Originally offered at the Downtown Brooklyn Shack, the Fudge-eddabouitit has chocolate custard blended with fudge sauce, Baked chocolate cloud cookie and Mast Brothers Shack-blend dark chocolate chunks, topped with chocolate sprinkles. A DUMBO favorite, the Brooklyn Pie oh My has vanilla custard blended with a slice of seasonal pie from Four & Twenty Blackbirds. Lastly, the location-specific Nothin’ But NETS has chocolate and vanilla custard blended with marshmallow sauce, crispy crunchies and chocolate sprinkles.
As part of Shake Shack’s mission to Stand For Something Good, the Flatbush location will donate 5% of sales from the Brooklyn Pie of My concrete to STOKED, a Brooklyn-based mentoring program that accelerates youth development and teaches life skills through action sports.
In keeping with the Shack’s commitment to the environment, the Flatbush Shack is constructed with recycled and sustainable materials and features energy-efficient kitchen equipment and lighting. Chairs and booths are made from lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, and tabletops are made from reclaimed bowling alley lanes from Brooklyn’s own CounterEvolution. To keep guests virtually connected, free Wi-Fi is available.
Grab a ShackBurger and beer before the big game, and be sure to check out the large-and-in-charge custom “Brooklyn” mural adorning the feature wall, hand-painted by NYC street art legend Greg Lamarche (aka, SP.ONE).
See you at the Shack!