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As you've certainly read, a Steak 'N Shake has opened right around the corner from the hotel that Roger Ebert called home when he reported from Cannes. Roger's love for the restaurant is well-documented and so the restaurant opening launched a fun response via social media. We've collected some of our favorite tweets on the subject of steak, shakes, and Cannes.
Equally grossed out + enamored of the idea that there's a Steak n' Shake at Cannes now— Sylvana Fernandez (@sylvysparrow) May 16, 2014
Milos Stehlik says there's a Subway and soon also a Steak and Shake in #Cannes.— WBEZ Worldview (@WBEZWorldview) May 14, 2014
I expect Cannes reviews from Steak 'n Shake. @gemko, this was made for you.— Michael Sicinski (@msicism) May 14, 2014
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