Friday, June 6, 2008

Cheeseburger Review: Day 2

So. I've been drinking tonight. Kinda alot. Which has impared my hippocampus to a point that I can only write a few lines. So here goes:


Shake Shack:

Come mainly for the atmosphere, less for the food. I went through a long stretch of last summer where, after work, I would meet a friend for a Shack Burger and a rootbeer float, and then we would slink away into what was sure to become an amazing weekend of fun. Although those days are sadly gone, I still fondly remember the anticipation of waiting in line (not "on line") for the shack sauce, and what can only be described as an ethereal rootbeer float. Although the burger isn't anything to write home about, the custard and beverages certainly are and on a summer afternoon- nothing, really nothing, beats the Shack for a wondeful experience. I know the Shack has now opened year round, but really, that's like having Christmas everyday of the year. It loses it's appeal. The Shack is best enjoyed in the hottest of summer months, preferably with a River to River concert afterwards.


SHAKE SHACK:

Grade: B+ Price: $ (mind you, these are New York dollars) Madison Square Park

4 comments:

Katie said...

ethereal, my little hotbun.

Daisy said...

yeah, i saw that but thought it would add to the authenticity of my drunkeness if I left it up. Plus I'm lazy....

Katie said...

I dig your commitment to reality. Does your brother read this blog, btw? I want to see him comment on the waxing issue.

Daisy said...

He is one of my only committed readers. That's why I leave a warning for posts he shouldn't read. He is very sensitive that one.