Five Guys is taking over the world! Yeah, I know it’s a chain, but it’s our chain, a family operation that got started in Arlington 33 years ago. You’ve got various iterations of hamburgers, all of which come in two sizes; assorted hot dogs; a BLT; a veggie sandwich and a grilled cheese; and your choice of regular or Cajun-style fries. One immediate difference between Five Guys and most other popular burgeries, like D.C.’s Good Stuff Eatery, is the absence of a “magic sauce.” You do get to add as many as 15 toppings, grilled onions to tomatoes, for free. D.C. currently has eight Five Guys, including this Penn Quarter/Chinatown location.
Washington, D.C.› Restaurant
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
808 H St. NW (at 9th St.)
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown & Penn Quarter Hours Daily 10am–10pm Transportation Metro: Gallery Place (H St./Chinatown exit) Phone 202/393-2900 Prices Burgers $6.11–$10.18; fries $3.82–$6.66 Cuisine Type American Web site Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Map808 H St. NW Washington, D.C.
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