Shake Shack was in the news for all the wrong reasons this week when Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg and New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda blamed its burgers for their food poisoning. But no matter how that situation… um… shakes out, it’s unlikely to be more than a blip on the radar for New York-based Shake Shack, which has earned a cult following for its freshly made burgers, hot dogs, french fries and frozen custards with mix-ins. Store Reporter readers have been asking us to find out when Shake Shack will arrive in Montgomery County. And with three locations in D.C. and two more opening soon in Baltimore and Tysons Corner, we thought perhaps the time had come. But we thought wrong. The company says there will be no more Maryland Shake Shacks for the time being. Probably better for our waistlines anyway.