Steak 'n Shake, famous for the Original Steakburger and hand-dipped milkshakes, celebrates the grand opening of its first restaurant in the city of Vienna, West Virginia.
The official ribbon-cutting ceremony takes place Thursday, December 27, at 9:45 a.m., and will be hosted by general manager Brian Marshall. Mayor of Vienna and state senator David Nohe, as well as senior minister of Calvary Memorial Church Rob Collins, are slated to attend.
"We are extremely excited to bring another Steak 'n Shake restaurant to West Virginia," says Sardar Biglari, CEO of Steak 'n Shake. "Each time we have opened a new Steak 'n Shake, we have received a tremendous turnout, which is building to an ardent following.
"The Vienna Steak 'n Shake is a topically designed, freestanding unit," he adds. "The restaurant has been patterned after refreshing notions of classic, timeless, and transcendent quality. At Steak 'n Shake, we are dedicated to a food culture that enlivens one's palate."
Steak 'n Shake, founded in 1934 in Normal, Illinois, by restaurateur Gus Belt, is the pioneer in the better-burger segment of the restaurant industry.
Steak 'n Shake guests can also enjoy a number of daily deals, beginning with the Half Price Happy Hour on all milkshakes and drinks served weekdays from 2-4 p.m.; Kids Eat Free on Weekends; and the "4 Meals Under $4" menu.