October 16, 2021

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Shake Shack, At Dwelling open first Rockland County spots

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Two outstanding nationwide chains, the rapidly-casual restaurant Shake Shack and the massive-box retailer At House, have opened their initially destinations in Rockland County.

The new Shake Shack debuts today for drive-thru and curbside pickup in the Rockland Plaza at 78 S.  Middletown Street in Nanuet, occupying the area that was as soon as house to Michael’s Tuxedo. Though this is the county’s 1st Shake Shack, the chain has a regional presence at Woodbury Popular in Central Valley as well as eateries in Hartsdale, Yonkers and across the Fairfield County border in Darien.

Also in Nanuet is At House, a property décor retailer which opened very last 7 days in the 101,000-sq.-foot house that was the previous Macy’s spot in The Shops at Nanuet. This is the second regional area for the chain, which also has a retailer in Middletown. At Home’s New York presence is generally upstate whilst its Connecticut existence is constrained to a store in Hartford County’s Manchester.

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