Danny Meyer has long been a name to be reckoned with in the fine-dining world, so when his company, Union Square Hospitality Group, unleashed a hot dog cart in New York’s Madison Square Park in 2001, people took notice. The stand was erected to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation, and for three years cart enthusiasts queued up to eat there. Then, in 2004, the company won the right for a permanent kiosk in the park, and Shake Shack was ...

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