I have a 4 year background with the Five Guys corporate franchise structure (5 guys University), so I know a thing or two about quick-service burger joints.
In fact, I wrote a book…!
Check it out, it’s a pretty decent read. Though, it hasn’t done well in the ‘reviews’ department, but people can be rather finicky about their recipe books.
This was my first Kindle publication, so I wanted to write a book about something I knew well, and I know burgers and fries better than most!
If you’re looking for a more Paleo friendly option, then simply order the burgers without the buns, and perhaps skip the fries and bring some veggies with you in a small plastic baggie. Trust me, I’ve seen it all… including some guests who would bring in their own gluten free buns for us to use with their order. Talk about high maintenance, huh, but we were only too happy to accommodate!
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Five Guys burger joints have one of the simplest menus you’ll find at a quick-service establishment, which is a nice offset to it being one of the priciest as well. They are some tasty treats on special occasions but eating there on the regular may break the modest bankroll of hard-working citizens all across the nation… nay, the world.
This quick-service establishment is run by the Murrell brothers and was originally founded by their father Jerry Murrell. It should be stated here that not many people actually like the second oldest brother Matt Murrell, who is single-handedly running the business into the ground.