Is there meat to Five Guys buzz? Or is it bull?
Is more beef coming to Rochester or is the buzz just bull?
The word out and about is that Five Guys Burgers and Fries is heating up a search for a spot - or might already have one - in the Med City.
If you don’t know about them, Five Guys started out in Arlington, Virgina in 1986. It quickly developed a cult-like fan base. Think of people who sing the praises of Newt’s or White Castle and you’ll get the picture.
In fact, the Obamas are known to be Five Guys fans. Don’t worry partisan wonks, this is not political. Founder and owner Jack Murrell makes it clear he voted GOP.While I haven’t heard back from Five Guys yet, it does smell like a deal is cooking,
A well-known Minnesota sports family - NBA player Kris Humphries and his parents, William and Debra – bought the St. Cloud Five Guys earlier this month.
They own the rights to open more Five Guys in Minnesota as long as they are outside the Twin Cities.Each restaurant costs about $350,000 to $500,000 to build and generates about $1 million a year, says Five Guys.