You Can Rent A Shake Shack Food Truck For Your Next Party, And Why Wouldn’t You?

You Can Rent A Shake Shack Food Truck For Your Next Party, And Why Wouldn’t You? Shake Shack

If you’ve ever been to Shake Shack, you know that their burgers and fries are basically the best. They’re so good that they’re totally worth waiting 45 mins in the line that wraps around Madison Square Park in New York City, which is my local chain. However, now that I know it’s possible to rent a Shake Shack food truck to serve the restaurant’s delicious food to me and all my friends on demand, I’m sorta tempted…

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  1. This would be perfect for weddings, birthdays, or any other party you have coming up. Look at your calendar: have any special occasions coming up over the next few months? Hello, Shake Shack food truck! You can rent one and assure that not only will everyone be fed, but they’ll be full and happy. Whew!
  2. You can customize the menu. According to the Shake Shack website, your food truck rental can serve up pretty much everything on their menu, from burgers and fries to shakes. There may be some limitations, but the menu is largely customizable based on what you and your guests want to eat (um, everything?).
  3. So how much does it cost? That all depends on how many people are at your event and how long you want to rent the Shake Shack truck for. Either way, if this is something you’re interested in doing, you’ll need to hop on the site at least two weeks before your event to input your details and get everything set up. Someone will reach out to you with an estimate, to arrange payment, and to answer any questions you might have. Pretty simple, right?
  4. Sadly, it’s only available in a few states so far. You can only rent a Shake Shack truck at the moment if you live in (or are throwing your party in) New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Atlanta. They’re looking to branch out into more locations soon, so keep your eyes peeled!

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Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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