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Five Guys is a Favorite for Many Chefs in Town

Burgers and Fries

Five Guys on King Street
Five Guys on King Street
Eater Charleston
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

When asking culinary minds around town about their favorite burgers, many answered Five Guys. It's refreshing to know chefs can get down on a quick and easy burger just like the rest of us.

Where do you go for burgers? (Other than your own restaurant)

"I'm not gonna lie, I really enjoy Five Guys burgers. (at least until later that night!)" - Vinson Petrillo, Zero Cafe

"Five Guys is like Bojangles with their biscuits — harder to beat than one might think." - Josh Walker, Xiao Bao Biscuit

"Husk, Edmund's Oast, Five Guys. I won’t say which is my favorite." - Mike Lata, FIG and The Ordinary

"Granted there are lots of great burgers in town. Pound-for-pound, I love Five Guys burgers. It's no In-N-Out, but it's solid." - Andy Henderson, Edmund's Oast

"Locally-owned and operated: Artisan Meat Share (AMS), and if you dig on the swine, Husk is a damn fine burger as well. Q.S.R./National Level — Five Guys." - Nate Whiting, 492

"Artisan Meat Share makes a great burger. Five Guys. Boulevard Diner in Mt. P makes a good pimento bacon burger." -  Joe Dimaio, Stars

"I like Five Guys, 39 Rue De Jean, and Triangle Char Bar, but let's not forget about White Castle." - Bradley Grozis, Wild Olive

Five Guys

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