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Shake Shack sets opening date for Dallas’ Preston Hollow store: Friday, September 29


continues its push into DFW with the opening of its third North Texas store on Friday, September 29. The new location (6025 Royal Lane in the Preston Hollow neighborhood) will offer the same menu as the Shack’s siblings at the Crescent in Uptown and Legacy West in Plano, which means Emporium Pies custard concretes, Pecan Lodge sausage link burgers and spicy fried chicken sandwiches. Local beers will include drafts from Four Corners Brewing Company, Bishop Cider Company, and Community Beer Company.  A fourth DFW Shack is under construction at DFW International Airport.

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