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Some of the biggest buzz in the Bay Area burger scene is that Shake Shack has confirmed plans to open several new locations, one of which is headed for Westfield Oakridge in San Jose. Based on photos from the initial announcement on Mercury News, it appears that Shake Shack could be taking over the former Starbucks at the south entrance of the mall.
Shake Shack is one of many new restaurant and retail developments that will revitalize Westfield Oakridge’s offerings. Other merchants that shoppers can look forward to are Mochinut, Coldstone Creamery, Slaters 50/50, and a 99 Ranch Market which will include its own dining area inside the supermarket.
“Westfield Oakridge is a great destination for shopping in South San Jose and our team is ready to bring our delicious burgers and fries to the community,” Shake Shack spokesperson Katie Scott told Mercury News. “The Shack is scheduled to open in late 2022.”
This will be the third Shake Shack location in Silicon Valley, where there are already popular outposts at Westfield Valley Fair and Stanford Shopping Center. The chain also has plans to open more new stores in Walnut Creek, Emeryville, and San Francisco later this year.
For more information, visit shakeshack.com.