Good ‘N’ Green
100% Aberdeen Angus beef, grass-fed on UK pastures. Our freshly ground proprietary Shack blend is source verified and fully traceable. We pride ourselves on sourcing incredible ingredients from like-minded artisanal producers.
Every Shack recycles all bottles and plastics, whether you sort or we do the sorting post-collection. It’s the most efficient way to make sure ZERO recyclable material ends up in landfills. Our cooking oil is reused to produce clean energy and our kitchen food is composted where locally possible.
Each Shack is constructed thoughtfully and purposefully to fit its unique environment, using a creative design approach that creates places and experiences like nowhere else. All good in the wood!
We’re all about our hood! We strive to be the best employers and citizens of each community we call home. Whether partnering with Action Against Hunger for our annual Great British Shake Sale or working with local charitable organizations to donate 5% of sales of a specific concrete – the Shack is committed to giving back.
We strive to be the best employers and citizens of each neighbourhood we call home. Every Shack donates 5% of sales of a specific concrete to a local charity partner, and we encourage our teams to get involved in causes they feel passionate about in their communities.
Would you like to join the team? At Shake Shack, we take care of each other first and foremost so that we can make raves for our guests, community, suppliers and investors.
Our Artisan Suppliers
We work with artisan suppliers to bring premium ingredients to our Shacks.
Check out a few of them:
Rick’s Picks, NYC — Shack Relish
Paul A. Young, London — Chocolate Chunks
Outsider Tart — Red Velvet Dog Biscuits
In 2001, Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation.
After three summers of Shack fans lining up daily, a permanent kiosk opened in the park: Shake Shack was truly born as a modern day “roadside” burger stand serving up the most delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, shakes, beer, wine and more.
In 2013, Shake Shack landed in London and opened in iconic Covent Garden. Since crossing the pond, Shake Shack has stayed true to its NYC roots while delighting UK Shack fans by serving up the classics made from simple, high quality ingredients.
The rest, as they say, is burger history.
Our Shack Charity Partners
Each Shack is proud to support a local charity partner within their community with a donation of 5% of sales of a specially chosen Concrete, Shack support of initiatives and volunteer time from our Shack Teams.
Dragon Hall Trust
A forward thinking charitable organisation supporting young people, residents, business and community groups in Covent Garden and Holborn.
The London Lions
Committed to delivering inspiring and energetic basketball programmes to the community with a strong emphasis on schools, youth clubs and special needs groups.
Tottenham Court Road
Helping 16-25 year olds into a safe place to live, health assessment and plan support for their individual mental and physical health needs. We start them on a path to more independence and a job.
Working tirelessly to get people off the streets, keep people off the streets and create opportunities for people.
Mousetrap Theatre Projects
Increasing young people’s access to the best of live theatre in London (particularly young people with limited resources, opportunities or support) and to enable them to engage creatively with that experience.
Streets of Growth
‘Striving to give young communities a better offer and more sustainable chance. We innovate the leading edge of what it really takes to go ‘BEYOND YOUTH WORK.’©™’
Ensuring no young person, particularly the disadvantaged, are left behind in the social, economic and physical regeneration of their neighbourhoods’ future.
House of St Barnabas
Supporting people affected by homelessness into lasting paid work.
A local peer-led organisation where staff and volunteers use their own experiences of disability, mental health issues and long term conditions to create communities where everyone is included.
An organisation that helps put surplus food to good use in a sustainable way.
A forward thinking charitable organisation which is passionate about helping and supporting vulnerable young people in Thurrock to achieve their full potential.
Gatwick Airport (North)
St Catherine’s Hospice
Helping people in Sussex and East Surrey, when and where they need it most. Their skilled teams are on hand to support people living with terminal illness in their homes, at St. Catherine’s Day Hospice and in their wards.