Iconic Steakburger Chain Steak ‘n Shake to Open First O.C. Restaurant Next Month

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After opening its first two California  Restaurants in 2014 , Ionic Burger Chain Steak ‘n Shake is unveiling its first Orange County restaurant next month, reported ocregister.com

The first two restaurants opened in late 2014 in Santa Monica and victorville. A third one opened late in Burbank county.  The Aliso Viejo restaurant will be Steak ‘n Shake fourths California restaurant stated ocregister.com.

The opening parts of chain’s expands to the west which is picking up steam this year. Other restaurants is said to be opening this summer in riverside, stated Jim Flaniken senior vice president of marketing at Steak ‘n Shake.

“The several other California locations likely to open in the second half of 2016,” Flaniken said.

Owned by Texas-based Biglari Holdings, Steak ’n Shake’s reputation back East rivals that of In-N-Out. The first restaurant opened in 1934 in Illinois, selling a menu of house-ground steak burgers and hand-spun shakes. It now operates hundreds of restaurants across the East Coast, Midwest and Southern regions of the U.S, reported ocregister.com

“The menu will include steak burgers, hand-cut french fries,and milkshakes. The throwback dining rooms features black and white floors, and also including chairs and barstools. The hybrid-style restaurant is a full service diner inside but also operates with a drive-through lane. It will often be described as a In-N-Out and Ruby’s Diner, said Jim Flaniken.

The Aliso Viejo restaurant, slated to open in mid-May, “represents our classic, dine-in with drive-thru concept,” Flaniken said in a statement to the Register.

The hours will be 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Address: 27002 La Paz Road.

The Riverside location is at 6231 Valley Springs Parkway.