Do you know what Shake Shack was originally going to be called? According to, Shake Shake's founder, Danny Meyer, planned on calling his restaurant Custard's Last Stand and Dog Park.

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loading... says that Meyer decided against using that name and instead, named his restaurant after a carnival funhouse used in the 1978 movie, Grease.

Anyway, Shake Shack is a well-deserved name for a restaurant with such delicious custard shakes and according to, right now, you can take advantage of a BOGO shake offer.

Now, when we talk about these restaurant freebies on the Chris & The Crew morning show, I'm always the person who points out that there's always a catch and this offer is no different. says that now through Aug. 23, when you buy a shake using Uber Eats, you can get another shake for free.


The Shake Shack on Route 1 in Lawrenceville, NJ currently offers the following shake flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, Black & White, Strawberry, Cookies & Cream, and S'mores.

Speaking of that S'mores shake, here's how Shake Shack describes it: "Chocolate frozen custard blended with marshmallow sauce and graham cracker crumbs, topped with whipped cream and graham crumbs."

In addition to the Lawrenceville location, Shake Shack has 9 other restaurants in New Jersey, including Cherry Hill, Marlton and Bridgewater.

There are also 3 Shake Shack locations in Philadelphia and 2 in King of Prussia.

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