The New Shake Shack Food Truck is Here

If you’ve been waiting for Shake Shack to launch a food truck in Los Angeles, the wait is over.

Want to visit the truck and get your Shake Shack fix satisfied? Starting this August, the food truck is going to be at multiple locations and events around LA. You can find the current schedule on Shake Shack’s Roaming Hunger profile.

Here are just a few of the upcoming locations:

  • Friday, August 13 at Rooftop Cinema Club The Drive-In at Santa Monica Airport 3:30pm-11pm
  • Saturday, August 14 at The Brig, Abbot Kinney 11am-5pm
  • Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29 at Unique Market, ROW DTLA 10am-4pm

Looking for Shake Shack Catering?

The best part of the food truck is that you can rent it for private events. As employees return back to work and students get back to school, the truck can be the perfect party piece to celebrate our return to normal.

And if you just want to impress your friends and family, reach out to bring the truck to cater your wedding or private party.

To book the truck for Los Angeles events, go here:

All you have to do is enter your event information and if the truck is available someone from Roaming Hunger’s catering team will be in touch to get the process started.

Catering prices depend on the event type, the location, and how many guests need to be served.

For the last few years Shake Shack has launched multiple food trucks, mainly on the East Coast. Currently the Tri-State area seems to be in operation and available to rent for events. If you’re in and around New York City, go here:

Please note that Roaming Hunger does not manage any of the East Coast events.

What’s on the Menu?

The food truck is keeping things simple by offering a limited menu, including the classic Shackburger and the Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich, along with their crispy crinkle cut fries and their Hot Honey Fries.

And if you’re thirsty, make sure to grab a Summerade. The cocktail-inspired non-alcoholic drink comes in two flavors – Pina Punch and Watermelon Mint Mojito.

How did the LA food truck come to life? Thanks for asking! Roaming Hunger’s very own experiential marketing team, RMNG, worked directly with the Shake Shack team to bring the new food truck to the West Coast.

The company, which began as a hot dog stand in NYC in 2001, has been expanding all over the country and is poised to continue making hungry eaters happy. We’re super excited that we’re now part of Shake Shack history and we’re working to make sure the food truck continues to have an impact on the Los Angeles community.