Here's a look at the line for the Shake Shack Cronut Hole Concrete just before 11 a.m., when the one-day-only treat had been on sale for about an hour. It was by no means short, but most of the camped-out masses had already gotten what they came for and departed. Check out the scene in the middle of Cronut Hole Concrete madness:
- The line looped just around the bottom of the park, ending near the Shack's pick-up window. It seemed to have reached a stasis at this point.
- Those sitting down to eat their Cronut Hole Concretes (and in some cases burgers and fries as well) said they'd been waiting since around 9 a.m., under two hours.
- There were Shake Shack staff stationed everywhere.
- Right around 11 a.m. the man himself, Dominique Ansel arrived, bearing more Cronut holes.
- And yes, someone traded an actual Cronut for a Concrete. Justin Corley said he waited an hour and a half at the original Cronut line, then made his way uptown. A couple of women with fresh Concretes suggested the trade after they recognized that distincti
As of 12:15 p.m., the Shake Shack tweeted that they still had "about 400+" concretes left. That's around 600 sold in the past two hours, so don't expect the frenzy to last past 2 p.m.
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