Earlier this week, we put Shake Shack (SHAK) in the Danger Zone. We showed that the burger chain’s rapid pace of store expansion was destroying value for shareholders, and the expectations implied by its stock price were unrealistic.

On the flip side, these three restaurant stocks are significantly undervalued compared to their cash flows. These companies are actually growing same-store sales faster than SHAK, but they don’t get the same amount of buzz from the market due to their more conservative approach to new store openings.

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