Atlanta >Steak 'N Shake
“Steak and Shake is not only a giant leap from traditional burger joints like McDonald's, it is a genuinely decent restaurant.”
“The place gives off a very 50's diners vibe with an extensive menu.”
1950s diner fries up fast-food classics 24 hours a day..
Entering the clean, bright interior is like stepping into an "Archie" comic book. Hurrying across white- and black-checkered floors, staff in crisp white shirts and paper hats take orders, polish chrome and shuffle between booths and the full-service counter. Middle-American diner standards dominate the menu--pickle-covered steak burgers, chili cheeseburgers and thick shakes. Healthier options include chicken, chef and taco salads.
Not Even!!!. You are kidding Right?!?! The fries at steak 'n shake don't even begin to compare to any of the other places listed.
Great milkshakes!. Steak n Shake was reminiscient of a Southern version of JOhnny Rockets. The place gives off a very 50's diners vibe with an extensive menu. The steakburger was a quality hamburger and the milkshakes were heavenly. I also tried some of the melts that others had ordered, and I preferred them over the steakburger. Plus they were open late, which was extremely convenient during our late-night excursions in Atlanta.
Culinary Fireworks. Steak and Shake is not only a giant leap from traditional burger joints like McDonald's, it is a genuinely decent restaurant. It absolutely rules late-night dining; WaHo has not a chance against SnS. Rah, rah, Steak and Shake. Chicken fingers are very good.
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