Most carnivores and omnivores have experienced at one time or another the feeling of being overcome by a sudden, intense desire to sink one’s teeth deep into a big, juicy hamburger. Five Guys Burgers and Fries has grown to 400 units by catering to that specific desire. The chain offers a limited menu of hamburgers, with or without cheese and bacon, and the occasional hot dog. Doug McKinney, director of training for the Lorton, Va.-based Five Guys, says the limited menu allows the ...
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