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22. Re: Out of the Blue Aug 8, 2012, 13:25 Ecthelion
mch wrote on Aug 8, 2012, 10:59:
Ecthelion wrote on Aug 8, 2012, 10:26:
We have Five Guys all over VA, and they're excellent. There's a trendy Washington DC burger place run by some chef who was on one of those reality cooking shows, but in my experience it's about the same quality for a higher price. Anyway, Five Guys (around here at least) is only a little pricier than McDonald's, and you actually get something delicious for a change.

MD/DC/VA native here...are you talking about BGR? I've had it once and wasn't really impressed.

My office recently moved from the Clarendon, VA area (Five Guys right next door) to the Crystal City area and Five Guys is probably the thing I miss the most.
No, it's called Good Stuff Eatery. It's next door to a pizza place called We The Pizza that's actually pretty good (and run by the same people). It's not that Good Stuff is bad, it's just that I can get the same experience without going into DC (and a bit cheaper) by eating at Five Guys. Sure, they have more exotic ingredients and spices, but I always get something simple anyway, so to me it's a similar experience with bigger crowds and a bigger tab.

Unfortunately I'm the only person in my household that ever eats any kind of meat from a cow, so grilling burgers myself seems like a waste of time. I don't have the patience for cooking anyway... e.g. if the wife leaves me in charge of stirring something, it ends up being burned because I'll stir it, go play a game, and come back. I love good food and appreciate the work that goes into it but I'm not interested in doing so myself. I think home-cooked burgers probably have the potential to be better, but it's not something I'll ever discover for myself. To me, places like Five Guys are where it's at.

Verno wrote on Aug 8, 2012, 13:16:
Haha sounds like my girlfriend. She drowns everything in ketchup, the first time I made burgers I just stared in disbelief as she used up a solid fifth of the bottle on two small patties. It's a British thing I swear, her father does it too.
If you think that's weird, get a load of this. In Thailand they put ketchup on pizza! I once had to explain to my wife (who is originally from Thailand) that ketchup was not the same as tomato sauce. Thankfully she knows better than to commit that sacrilege now.
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