Shake Shack could come to Indianapolis International Airport

A meal from the popular burger chain, Shake Shack, in Los Angeles, Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018. (Photo: WTHR/Camille Hayes)

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Despite denials, it appears Shake Shack is trying to come to Indiana for the first time.

The Indianapolis Airport Authority will vote Friday on a contract for the popular burger chain and more than a dozen other restaurants. If approved, "Shake Shack" will be built in Concourse B, serving burgers, fries and milkshakes, as well as breakfast for 10 years.

Rumors have been swirling about Shake Shack coming to Indy for over a week after a resident noticed they were advertising for positions here. Still, Shake Shack as recently as Tuesday denied they had any plans to come here.

The Airport Authority will vote Friday on some other new restaurants as well, including Sun King Brewery, Bub's Burgers, Stacked Pickle and Tinker Coffee.