Skip to comments.Five Guys Times Square sign Installed
Posted on 06/14/2012 6:40:01 PM PDT by matt04
Niiiiiiiice. I’ll have two of those and a couple fistfuls of non-allergenically sensitive peanuts, and throw the shells wherever the hell I want.
I thought they ran all the gay bars out of Time’s Square.
Best hamburgers I know of. LOL
Bloomberg will soon have Times Square cleaned up by removing death factories like that and have the peep shows and sex shops restored. < sarcasm? accurate prediction? only time will tell>
Or on the other hand, have a Bloomburger Deluxe: 1/2 the size, double the price, with a small milk.
Yay to BK for its bacon sundae!!! Bacon goes with everything! But enjoy it while you can before bacon is outlawed by the Emperor...
What will a 5 guys cheeseburger, fries and coke(<16 oz.) run you in Times Square, $20?
Five Guys may be the best prepared chain hamburger you can buy. I get a double bacon cheeseburger with onions, jalapenos, and BBQ sauce. I really appreciate they use fresh jalapenos and not pickled. They actually have a little bite to them. The fries are ridiculous. Anyone who doesn’t get a single regular fry and share is an idiot. My buddy and I, both big guys, can’t finish off a regular fry together.
naw, probably 12-15 with fries and a coke
First time I tried Five-Guys, I made the rookie mistake of getting a large order of fries... An Irish acquaintance tells me that these are “proper chips”, but dang — I can’t eat an entire *sack* full...
Five Guys—Great Cheeseburgers. Their fries are wonderful (and mucho plentiful) also. Makes my mouth water just to think of picking up an order.
And (at least where I live) they have great soda dispensers where you can select a good old-fashioned cherry coke (amongst many other flavors).
Thanks! You know I love 5 guys
Runs at least $10 in Brooklyn, so, yeah, maybe. Them there tourists will pay anything for good eats!
Putting up a sign draws a crowd?
Same story here. Luckily, the pretty young thing behind the register said, "You've never ordered here before, have you?"
I’ve been very disappointed in Five Guys. Burgers have little to no flavor and are usually burned on the edges. In fact, the tomato flavor often overpowers the bland meat. Fried burgers are just not that tasty.
I love 5 Guys but my heart will always belong to In-N-Out.
I brought a friend to Five Guys for the first time once. They insisted on paying separately and ordered first. They ordered a large fry and questioned me when I didn’t order any while we were waiting.
The reaction when they opened the bag was priceless.
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