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Shake Shack opens seventh Hong Kong outlet

The new 3,921 sq. ft space features indoor and outdoor seating, and is the first to introduce the limited-time only Avocado Bacon menu, available until May 15.

Shake Shack opened its seventh location in Hong Kong, situated at the Citygate Outlets in Tung Chung.

The new 3,921 sq. ft space features indoor and outdoor seating, and is the first to introduce the limited-time only Avocado Bacon menu, available until May 15.

The new restaurant is also offering the exclusive Tung Chung Pop Trail featuring vanilla frozen custard blended with salted caramel sauce, peanut butter and Shan Shau Jok peanut brittle topped with caramel popcorn. It will donate 5% of sales from its Tung Chung Pop Trail concrete to InspiringHK Sports Foundation on an ongoing basis.

To mark its seventh location in the city, Shake Shack collaborated with local artist Bo Law to create a permanent in-shack #Shackventure mural using a color palette that “reflects the surrounding natural landscape of Tung Chung and is inspired by the classic Flying Chess board game.”
 

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