Saturday, March 27, 2010
Below is a picture of a hamburger from Five Guys, which is something like the Washington DC version of In-N-Out. Quite good, too. In fact, when it comes to them vs. INO, it's no contest. INO's one saving grace are their delicious milkshakes, of which, sadly, doesn't exist over at Five Guys. Other than that, the burgers on average are not only meatier (well, anything's a step up from the wafer-thin patties at INO), but come with a wider variety of toppings and better French fries -- including perfectly seasoned Cajun ones -- and free peanuts. At this point, it's kind of a no-brainer, with my only gripe being that their 2 (!) suburban locations don't suffice for a city the size and caliber of LA:
A few houses showcasing the eclectic, rich architectural diversity from my well-hidden section of town.