This national fast food chain rests on a business model of made-to-order fresh hamburgers. You order at the counter and wait while the burgers are made. You can get single or double meat burgers and choose from a wide variety of condiments and toppings. They make a big deal about the freshness of the ground beef and the fact that they use whole potatoes or sweet potatoes for the fries. They do not make any concession for the local Albuquerque love of green chile: you can get a bacon cheeseburger with Jalapenos, but there is no green chile here. Although it sounds like a great idea, the burgers really aren’t anything special and the fries are just average, although they give you a lot of them. They don’t make onion rings. They do offer a variety of hot dogs and have a veggie sandwich, grilled cheese and a BLT on the menu. They make a variety of flavored milk shakes in addition to the standard soft drinks. There are large bags of salted in the shell peanuts you can munch on while waiting for your burgers. The standard Five Guys interior is a sort of antiseptic red and while motif, tile floor and tile on the walls. There is both indoor and outdoor seating at this location. Five Guys is probably here to stay as a player on the hamburger fast food business, and as fast food burgers go these are probably slightly better than most.
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