How to beat the line at Citi Field.
A progress report from Danny Meyer's man David Swinghamer.
Turns out that Team Meyer passed on the opportunity.
Also in this week's magazine: Shake Shack in Central Park?
The burgers are great, but there's no place to sit.
Results of a poll asking readers for their favorite pizzas, burgers, bakeries, bars, and bagels.
Why do these guys sometimes seem to be the only restaurateurs in the game?
In deflating Corner Bistro's hype, he inflates Shake Shack's.
Plus, a look at the Shack's top friends.
The hipster hideaway finally joins the 100-plus restaurants on Facebook.
Dinner clubs may have reached a new low.
Plus: reviews of Yerba Buena, BarBao, the Libertine, and others in our weekly critical roundup.
Plus: New York beer bars and the line chefs' favorite restaurant, in our morning news roundup.
Richard Blais and Andrew D'Ambrosi talk to Grub Street about their plans for the future.
Plus, new delivery options in Bed-Stuy, and beer: The beverage of the recession.
Ed Levine is a little dubious that the Shack isn't going the hand-cut route.
"Shack may open it's [sic] doors to the neighborhood a little sooner than Monday. But the official (read: definite) opening is Monday at 11:00 AM."