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Five Guys

Burgers & Fries
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  • Burgers, Hot Dogs
  • 138 Montague St, Brooklyn NY11201 40.6946264 -73.9937534
  • (Btwn Clinton & Henry St)
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  • (718) 797-9380
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User Ratings (Based on 16 reviews)

3.125
Food 3.5 Value 3.2
Service 3.0 Atmosphere 2.6

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(718) 797-9380
Fax:
fax
(718) 797-9381
Website:
www.fiveguys.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Five Guys

    Posted by Brad Hoffman on 06/02/2009

    Hoffman says 'go'

    My bf Rick and I went here the other night after the gym. I'm a critical person but I have to say Five Guys is pretty good. Burger is cooked medium and the fries are spectackular. Only slight problem I have to mention is the "blast" afterwards. ;)

  • Five Guys

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/28/2009

    really liked it....

    im a HUGE fan of In-n-Out burger and no i dont think this place is better than them. However, i do think this place is awesome and was really impressed with my little cheeseburger. when i opened the aluminium foil wrapper i wasnt impressed how smushed my burger was and it looked really greasy. after a bite i fell in love. it was so juicy and flavorful and surprisingly not messy at all. and the fries were soo good. mine happened to be closer to well done, which i prefer and they were piping hot, perfectly salted and had a nice bite to it. if you are coming to this place for the first time with In-n-Out burger as a comparison.. of course you arent going to like this place. its not in-n-out but my new favorite burger joint on the east coast...

  • Five Guys

    Posted by qb5 on 12/25/2008

    Need better fries

    Why is it that these burger places think fresh cut fries are best? It sounds good, looks good on paper, but if you don't know how to fry them for crispness, then all you get is a greasy bags of soggy potato strips. Although eating amongst big bags of potatoes is quaint. The burgers were good, be sure to distinguish between grilled onions and chopped onions when ordering. The default is chopped onions. I don't necessarily think the burgers are better than most others, but they hit the spot when in the mood.

  • Five Guys

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/06/2008

    Give me a breeeeeeeeak

    Comparing this to In-n-Out? What? Where do I start? The bread is probably worse than a Wonder Bread roll, and my "little cheeseburger" had a "big amount" of grit in it.

  • Five Guys

    Posted by B / Brooklyn on 05/03/2008

    Best Burger since In "n" Out

    This is the best burger we have had in NYC since moving from LA 13 years ago... The only bummer was that the fries were a bit oily but the burger is so worth it!!

  • Five Guys

    Posted by Lionfish on 04/13/2008

    Best Burger in NYC

    Everything is made to order! So, learn to ask for what you want and how you want it cooked. Most of all be patient. If you can't wait - call ahead! If you want cheap food and quick, try fast food. Otherwise, prepare yourself for a great burger, which is made to order.

  • Five Guys

    Posted by cdwy on 01/29/2008

    what are you people talking about?

    Look, Five Guys is the best burger you're going to find anywhere...period. I love my steak medium rare and my burgers medium but I'll be damned if I haven't tried a better burger than the "well done" ones they serve here. I'm from VA and I use to eat at two of the original five locations and they blew the Brooklyn Heights location out of the water...but these are still exceptional burgers, yes overpriced (like everything in NYC) but hell, they're on par with Shake Shack...in fact they're better...so get out there and get your cholesterol fix. Oh, and the fries kick ass too...

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