Shake Shack is opening a cashless location for the first time.
The burger chain will open a cashless kiosk in New York City later in October, CNBC reported Monday. Customers will reportedly order via phones or kiosks and then receive a text from the location when their order is ready for pickup.
Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti told CNBC that the location would serve as a testing site to see whether certain aspects of cashless ordering could be applied at other restaurants.
Shake Shack isn’t the only chain exploring cashless payments. In January, the popular salad chain Sweetgreen transitioned to accepting payments via only its app or a credit card.