The Denver metro area has a significant population of transplants, and those from the South or Midwest likely will recall the name of Centennial’s …
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The Denver metro area has a significant population of
transplants, and those from the South or Midwest likely will recall
the name of Centennial’s newest restaurant.
Steak ’n Shake, which is most famous for its Steakburgers and
milkshakes, is scheduled to open its Centennial location at South
Quebec Street and East County Line Road, near IKEA, Nov. 17.
It is the first Steak ’n Shake in Colorado.
“I think we are ready to go,” said Steak ’n Shake operating
partner Mark Clark. “We are very excited about it. The reception in
the community so far has been overwhelming.”
The 3,200-square-foot building will feature a 24-hour drive-thru
window and a sit-down restaurant. A ribbon-cutting is planned for
around 10 a.m. Nov. 17 and the store will open for business
Steak ’n Shake has nearly 500 restaurants across the country,
mostly in the South and Midwest. It was founded in 1934 by Gus Belt
in Normal, Ill. The Indianapolis-based company has expanded rapidly
in recent years, and several more locations are in the works for
“We are a classic American brand that people look at, respect
and trust,” Clark said. “Anybody who’s familiar with the brand has
an emotional attachment and a craving that they can’t wait to
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