Shake Shack Inc. states it will certainly begin opening restaurants with drive-throughs, an indication of the heightened value of that pick-up choice amidst the stay at home orders.
Shake Shack Chief Executive Randy Garutti on Thursday claimed the firm has “started the layout procedure for our very first drive-thru place, prepared to open up in 2021.”
The burger chain is recognized for its urban areas that are designed to suit consumers for in-store eating. The fast food chain claimed in its most current annual report the typical Shake Shack is typically about 3,000 and 4,000 square feet with seating for approximately 100 consumers.
Fast-food chains with drive-throughs have concentrated in part in getting consumers food with those windows during the pandemic, with government officials requiring dining-room to be shut or restricting their capacities beginning earlier this year.
The company posted similar sales dropped 49% in its second quarter that ended June 24.
Shake Shack reported a loss of $16.2 million, or 43 cents a share, compared with a profit of $9 million, or 29 cents a share, the year earlier.
On an adjusted basis, Shake Shack reported a loss of 45 a share, or nine cents worse than forecasts from analysts, according to FactSet.
Revenue fell to $91.8 million from $152.7 million.