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Steak 'n Shake Is Now Officially Open In Santa Monica

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Steak 'n Shake opened with some fanfare today over in Santa Monica, offering hand-dipped milk shakes, thin cut fries, and their signature steakburgers to the Westside crowd.

Throngs of people showed up to the opening this morning—including fan Nick Cannon—perhaps incentivized by the offer of a year's worth of free burgers and shakes for the first 100 visitors.

Or maybe it was just the excitement of the Midwest-based chain, which has been going strong since the 1930s, opening in the area, offering late-night eats to the bar goers, since the chain is open 24/7.

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So for those looking for $4 footlong hot dogs, all you can eat pancakes, and killer birthday cake flavored shakes, now is your time to head on West to the Third Street Promenade to get your fix.

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