Five Guys In DC: Long Long Long Lines.

When the food court over at the National Press Building re-opened last month, DC got another Five Guys location. Known for their amazing burgers and their crack-cocaine-laced fries, these are some great eats if you’re looking to completely abandon any notion of nutrition or proper diet and pig out.

Of course, that’s it’s appeal, so lots of folks go and get their delectable foods.

I was jonesin’ for something along those lines after a hard week, so over to the “Shops at National Place” for a Five Guys burger and some cajun fries. Up the escalator (working, natch, Metro please take note.) and into the large open space I went, and that’s when I saw the line. 30 people deep, just to order, and another 40 people hanging around waiting for their food. Lines that long hate freedom, people. I took my wallet and ended up with so so chinese food from Cafe 1200.

Oh, but how I did want those fries…

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