Shake shack

The manager of the Manhattan Shake Shack where multiple NYPD officers falsely claimed to have been poisoned last summer is suing the city, multiple cops, and two police unions for defamation.
Get one this Thursday starting at 11 a.m. at the original Shake Shack in Madison Square Park.
A lieutenant from The Bronx sent an email to the police unions saying the officers had “started throwing up after drinking beverages they got from shake shack on 200 Broadway”—despite the fact they did no such thing.
"Police officers cannot even take meal without coming under attack."
The burger chain announced it would return a $10 million government loan.
Let's hope your Valyrian isn't a bit too nostril.
The victim apparently lost consciousness for 45 minutes.
The burger joint drops a limited edition beef chili on restaurants nationwide beginning October 30th.
They'll be offering free burgers and custard up on Wednesday.
Also: no cash will be accepted at this location.
It's opening inside the former Ollie's Noodle Shop space that caught fire back in 2015.
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