Shake Shack in NYC – Eating The Double Shack Burger!

Shake Shack in NYC - Eating The Double Shack Burger!
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Shake Shack is one of the most famous NYC fast food burger chains, and I didn’t want to leave NYC without trying it. We then went to church and then on to eat Ethiopian food!

00:35 Stumptown Coffee Roasters – I’m a big fan of coffee, and since it wasn’t too far away from where we were staying, we started off the day by going to Stumptown Coffee Roasters. I ordered an Americano which was wonderful, and a cold brew to go. Americano – $3.25
Cold brew – $4.50

1:38 Flatiron Building / Madison Square Park – While drinking my coffee, we were just enjoying New York City walking around leisurely. We had a great view of the famous Flatiron building, and then we continued on walking around Madison Square Park.

2:41 Shake Shack at Madison Square Park – I wasn’t actually planning to eat at Shake Shack today, but since we happen to be at Madison Square Park and since it was just a little while before they opened for the day, I decided it would be the perfect opportunity to try Shake Shack for the first time. I ordered the double Shack burger, which came with all the toppings. I’ll let you watch the full video for a full review of the burger and Shake Shack, but what stood out to me was the beef and the bun, which were about as excellent as fast food can get for me. Full Shake Shack review within the video. Double Shack Burger – $8.09, Chicken Shack – $6.29, Fries – $2.99

12:02 Hillsong Church NYC – After eating Shake Shack, since it was Sunday, we walked over to Hillsong Church NYC to attend the service. It was huge!

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12:58 Meske Ethiopian Restaurant – After church we headed to Meske Ethiopian Restaurant, which is one of Sarah’s favorite Ethiopian restaurants in NYC. It was so good to hang out with Sarah and to eat Ethiopian food — it had been way too long! We ordered the special tibs, doro wat, and a variety of vegetarian dishes. Total price – about $90

17:19 Luke’s Lobster – Finally for dinner, since it was our final day in NYC, I didn’t want to leave without trying lobster roll. I wasn’t able to go to the exact location I had wanted to go, but I there was a Luke’s Lobster not too far from where I was staying. Lobster roll – $18.51 – It tasted food, but it was pretty expensive.

Disclaimer and Thank You:
Thank you to Star Alliance and their Round The World tickets ( for sponsoring my business class flights.
Thank you to Courtyard New York Manhattan / Chelsea for sponsoring my stay in NYC.

I personally paid for all food and attractions in this video, and I decided what to do and where to eat.


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  1. These videos are the ultimate hangover cure! When your absolutely hungover from a heavy night on the lemonades these videos help so so much ?

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