Fair shake & shack burger via shake shack. It makes my tummy happy & makes laundry go by much faster :).
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Tags: central park, dogs, museum of natural history, outing, row boats, shake shack, sunny day, upper west side
It was a beautiful sunny day today. Awesome start to Memorial Day weekend and I definitely took advantage of it by spending it outside.
After the gym this morning I headed up a few blocks to the Shake Shack in the Upper West Side (above). Yea I know…gym plus shackburger doesn’t quite add up to healthy, but it sounded sooo good..haha.
Took my shake shack to go and walked towards one of my favorite museums–The Museum of Natural History (above)–across from Central Park.
Lunch on the steps of the Museum and people watching (above). Yay for Rainbow sandals weather!
Central Park rowboat riders (above) enjoying the day and listening to a performer who’s on the grass behind me.
Lots of people out in Sheep Meadow (above) in Central Park. Awesome.
The spot I picked to settled down in (above). Lied down on the grass to get some studying done and work on the tan.
My view of the sky…
My favorite dog to watch at the park today. Finished the day off with some Pinkberry. What a relaxing day…
(images by: vivien chin)
Tonight, headed to Shake Shack for a burger and fries.
Receipt said my name was: DIVI
hmmm….missing a few letters I said. oh well…
Tags: food, madison square park, shake shack
The longest line I’ve seen at Shake Shack yet was yesterday. There’s waaaay more people to the left of the picture that didn’t make it in the shot.
(image by: vivien chin)
I’m a huge fan of In ‘N’ Out Burger on the west coast, but since I can’t get those here in NY I go to Shake Shack. Their burgers, fries, and concretes (ice cream) are excellent. They have 2 locations. One “shack” is in Madison Square Park seen above and one on Columbus Ave. @ 77th St. The line is often really long at the MSP location, expecially on nice sunny days like yesterday, but if you’re really craving it then it’s worth the wait. You can always check out their ShackCam on their site which shows a live feed of the people in line. Atleast you’ll know if it’s going to be a long or short wait. I usually go to the Upper West Side location since it’s in my hood and the line isn’t as long. Another cool thing about the buildings are that they are completely Wind Powered. Yay for being green!
Typical Order for me: Shack Burger and Fries (and an Upper West Slide Concrete if I’m feeling super hungry)