The Shake Foundation is located on 631 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Brian Knox started the Shake Foundation to bring his memories of a childhood green chile cheese burger to the masses.
You walk-up to the counter to order and wait via a handheld buzzer to go to the pick up window.
There are picnic tables outside the Shake or you can take it to go.
The green chili cheese burger is a 3-ounce beef patty as the foundation with green chilies from Hatch, local Monterey Jack cheese, stewed onions all on a secret soft buttery bun.
The burger is served with hand-cut shoestring fries and the milk shakes are made with milk and ice-cream from the local Taos Creamery.
I have to say this was the best burger I had in Santa Fe – delicious!
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