I'm not sure how widespread Five Guys is, but they've been around since the late 1980s. I was living in Fayetteville, North Carolina when they opened a Five Guys there, and we just got one in Bangor, Maine a year or so ago. If you like burgers and fries, without a lot of complications, you'll love Five Guys. Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, and french fries are pretty much the only thing on the menu, unless you count peanuts, which are free. If you have a peanut allergy, you might want to avoid Five Guys because their burgers are cooked in peanut oil too. The meat is fresh. They don't have a freezer on the premises, and the potatoes that they use for their french fries comes from different farms around the country. There is a sign stating where the potatoes came from that day, and the potato bags are stored in the area between the order line and the customer tables so you can read the bags for yourself. While there aren't many choices as far as the meal choices go, there are a lot of choices in what you want on your burger. As I mentioned in another thread, they'll even add bacon to your milk shake if you want it, although I can't imagine why anyone would. The prices are good, and the quantities are large. Although I usually get a full burger, I could easily make do with a small one, since their small burgers are about the size of the burger you'd get from most places. The only time I order a large order of fries is when someone else is there to help me eat it since my wife and I, together, are usually unable to finish a small order of fries. Milk shakes are new to Five Guys, but they are also very good, although might want to give it some thought before ordering your shake with bacon. By the way, although I have seen as many as six guys working behind the counter, there are usually five guys working there at a given time.