Five Guys isn't an eastcoast place anymore. We have one here out in Fresno, CA. It's also right across the street from In-N-Out. It's like a burger war. I've heardthat In-N-out is still better and Five guys is just more expensive. I have yet to try Five Guys, but once I do, then I can put up a comparison. No one can compare the two unless they have had the both of them.
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as a former five guys employee, I agree, we are one of the best chains on the East Coast, and may I say the fastest growing chain. They grew 40% in the past year. I highly doubt many other companies in the US can say that during these economically challenging times.
I've never had five guys in my mouth but I would like to try it out
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