World's Top Fast-Food Restaurants

World's Top Fast-Food Restaurants

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William Brinson

Star chefs are ditching foie gras and foam for tacos and French fries. From Los Angeles to Lyon, here’s where to sample their delicious cheap eats.

Shake Shack/Shake Shack Citi Field, New York City

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The Chef: Restaurateur Danny Meyer has shaped New York City’s discerning dining scene with hot spots Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, and The Modern.

Fast Food 411: Shake Shack, a take-out kiosk in leafy Madison Square Park (and now Upper West Side), has a cult following among Gotham burger geeks. In 2009, Meyer opened another outpost at Citi Field baseball stadium.

What to Order: ShackBurger (served with American cheese, tomato, lettuce, and “Shack Sauce” in an old-fashioned wax paper wrapper) and a “hand-spun” chocolate-and-peanut-butter custard shake. At Citi Field, the Shack-cago (all-beef) Dog with the works and a sprinkle of celery salt.

 

 

 

World's Top Fast-Food Restaurants

Shake Shack/Shake Shack Citi Field, New York City

The Chef: Restaurateur Danny Meyer has shaped New York City’s discerning dining scene with hot spots Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern, and The Modern.

Fast Food 411: Shake Shack, a take-out kiosk in leafy Madison Square Park (and now Upper West Side), has a cult following among Gotham burger geeks. In 2009, Meyer opened another outpost at Citi Field baseball stadium.

What to Order: ShackBurger (served with American cheese, tomato, lettuce, and “Shack Sauce” in an old-fashioned wax paper wrapper) and a “hand-spun” chocolate-and-peanut-butter custard shake. At Citi Field, the Shack-cago (all-beef) Dog with the works and a sprinkle of celery salt.

 

 

 

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