Re:Five Guys Burgers
Still haven't tried the 5 Guys across from the Alamo Quarry marketplace in San Antonio.
Just haven't gotten to that side of town. Now the EZ's Brick Oven and Grill over in the Quarry,across from 5 Guys is good. They have a bean burger,with guacamole,fritos,refried beans and other stuff on it,and now a fish sandwich as well.they are a local SA chain, but good.there's room to move between tables, the place is painted and decorated,and clean.
You can get if you want a half and half, which is half fries and onion rings. They also serve
pizza and salads,and you can get chicken too, if your not into burgers. They have a website
with some photos of their burgers.I don't recall their burgers being greasy or anything. My late father took me to the one next to Book Stop, on Brees and North New Braunfels in Alamo Heights. That was back in the late 1980s,early 90s. If we were hungery,we stop there when at the bookstore.
Bunsen Burgers on Walzem is good,fresh homade buns and fries, the burgers had a good flavour and don't recall them being mashed to pieces. Haven't tried big Bob's Burgers yet on Harry Wurzbach.
I think sometimes with places, it just depends on who runs it. There are franchises where they do take care to be as faithful as they can to the product, and other places just don't care.