New York-based burger restaurant Shake Shack has opened a new airside offering at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Ohio.
Located in the main food hall, the restaurant will offer passengers a selection of all-natural Angus burgers, chicken sandwiches, flat-top dogs, crinkle-cut fries, classic shakes and frozen custards. Early morning travelers can also start their day with a variety of griddled egg n’ cheese sandwiches, cold brews and Stumptown Shack coffee, roasted in Brooklyn.
Tina LaForte, vice president of Fraport Cleveland, developer of the airport’s retail program, said, “We’re pleased to bring this wildly popular casual dining concept to the airport and offer passengers more of what they crave on the go. Shake Shack is known for delicious, fresh-made food and premium ingredients. It’s perfect for today’s tastes.”
“Shake Shack puts a new spin on classic American food,” said Robert Kennedy, airport director, Cleveland Hopkins. “The response has been outstanding. We are thrilled to welcome this critically acclaimed eatery to the airport and offer travelers a fresh take on foods they grew up with.”
All beef, chicken and pork dishes are 100% natural with no added hormones or antibiotics. Shake Shack also uses cage-free eggs and non-GMO potato buns. The chain is set to open a new pop-up location at Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore, in the coming months.