Yes, Shake Shack. With a huge rooftop space overlooking the city, there’s no better spot in Buckhead to enjoy a cold beer and some classic crinkle cut fries. Since opening in 2014, Shake Shack has had a line out the door, which makes sense since their burgers, custard concretes, and beers are three things we always want.
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