Wednesday, April 1, 2009

5 Guys

I've heard (mainly) Utah people talk about 5 Guys Burgers and Fries repeatedly. I don't know anything about the place, other than the fact that I hear people mention it ALL THE TIME. I feel about it, sort of like my mom feel about Twitter. She recently said, "If I hear about Twitter one more time, I'm going to lose it." It's true. The media seems to be totally obsessed with Twitter lately. Anyone else noticed? But I digress. So, I clicked on the NieNie link to the 5 Guys website and noticed that there was an announcement about a Houston location that has opened. It looks like there are several Houston locations. Where have I been? I'm thinking I may have to head over and see what all the fuss is about. I'll report back. :)

4 comments:

Nikolas, Emily, & Co. said...

I thought 5 guys was only an East coast thing- didn't know they were out in Utah. 5 Guys is aright, but it's no Chee Burger Chee Burger either (love that place).
As for Twitter, yes, I have been thinking this week that it seems to be EVERYWHERE and it is rather annoying- I have a twitter and I do not like it therefore I rarely log in..

Leslie said...

we have one right by us up here. it's pretty good, but also pricey. and greasy. worth a taste, but i always heard the best burgers in your neck of the woods were at Tornado Burger, up near Cartwright.

Erika said...

That's what Daniel tells me too. I haven't tried it yet.

Michael said...

Melissa and I ate @ 5 guys once in the 2 years we've lived here. Greasy, greasy. Also, you come out of the restaurant smelling like greasy french fries; the same way you can be in a 7-11 for one minute and come out smelling like burnt coffee for the rest of the day.