Shake Shack Nationals Park

1500 S Capitol St SE
Washington D.C. 20003

Slowly, Danny Meyer's Shake Shack is changing the landscape of the burger world. It started in Madison Square Park in 2001, with a hot dog cart created by Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy's first art installation. Fans of the cart lined up for three summers until USHG won the bid to open a permanent park kiosk. Then the real fun (and lines) started. The "roadside burger joint" started serving incredibly juicy burgers on potato rolls and rich, thick, creamy custards with mix-ins (concretes), and the best Chicago-style hot dog outside the Windy City. It took until 2007 for the Shack to stay open through winter, but it's since become a New York institution — and spread beyond its borders, immediately ranking among those locales best burgers. Menu additions, mash-ups, and location-specific items have followed at newly launched Shacks in New York, Connecticut, Florida, D.C., Philadelphia, the Middle East, and now London. Location specific items at the Nationals Park Shake Shack include Frisky fries and The National Pastime concrete. — Arthur Bovino, 11/20/2012



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Jasmine M.
Beer and Baseball :)
Stuart
Come in making gate and hang a left. Take either the stairs ( if you want to burn off calories before you eat!) or the escalator. Get here EARLY! Lines can get ridiculous! For yummy food!
Elizabeth M.
Get the shack stack. Not on the menu but they'll make it for you
Burger Days
Taste the simple greatness that Shake Shack provides. The juices overflowing, the potato roll holding in all the components with perfection and the burger is pure bliss.
Andrew W.
They have food here.
s r.
Don't bother. Quality is much lower than other locations. Go to DuPont after the game.
Tammy G.
Burgers, dogs and shakes are where it's at - I love that they split & grill the hot dogs! Worth the wait.
Nicole
Skip it. I love SS but it's not worth a 45+ minute wait in line behind an annoying middle school field trip. Go for one of the many Ben's outposts in the stadium and hit SS in DuPont later.
MsTwixt M.
It's work a walk around Nats Stadium to find this spot (it's under the scoreboard, by the big patio). Hint: you can skip the wait if you're only ordering Concretes - look for the separate queue.
Greg K.
Shackburger. Double only if you're crazy.
MsTwixt M.
OMG - the Nat'l Pasttime Concrete is TDF!
Lindsey Rosenthal
Make sure you check your concrete before you leave the stand. Sometimes they just put the toppings on top instead of the whole way through like promised.
Matt S.
Better than most concessions, but not as smooth as regular Shake Shacks.
Ching Y.
You can't go wrong with any of the shake flavors!
Catherine
Line gets crazy long but it moves pretty quickly. The fries are ok... the ones at Box Frites a few doors down (with selection of dipping sauces) are much more memorable!
Samurai D.
The portabello burger is delicious!
B R.
The burgers are great but small so don't order one to share!
Brad E.
Get a Pilsner Urquell from CZ. Better than that Bud Water you all like to drink.
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