A current hot debate
A current hot debate
where's The in n out option..
I'm sad I didn't get to try In n Out when I was in CA.
Why is Fuddruckers an option?
I'm sorry! I'm just putting this argument to rest. I love in n out.
never had five guys, but fuddruckers is really fucking good.
Fuddruckers is mah shit. Ate there after AYSO soccer games.
fudd's is legit but in & out is an institution
a double double with fries is the most delicious thing on earth
Sign just went up for the 5 guys on fig by USC. I'd say 5 guys is an adequate substitute for those that don't have an in-n-out near them. If in-n-out is a 10 then 5 guys is a 7.75. Fuddruckers closed in Pasadena many years ago. The staff was fighting the flies as they were preparing my order on our last visit.
I voted Fuddruckers, I've only been there once (there's one in town) but I remember enjoying my burger.
Five Guys isn't that great and it's too expensive. In-N-Out FTW.
Now I need to get myself some Fuddruckers, it has been years.
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I actually crave five guys unlike in n out
Fuddruckers hands down.
Fuddrucker's buns cant be beat
Fuddruckers , because I can get a fuckin pounder there. No , no..not a quarter pounder. A pounder. As in 1 full fuckin pound of beef on a loaf of bread for a bun.
And a milkshake.
Will have to sample a Fuddruckers in Jan. As much as I love In n out, I prefer Five Guys meat. (post your gay orgy jokes below).
Man this thread got bumped big time. And for the record I made it Fuddruckers vs Five Guys because that's all people were talking about at the time.
I remember when Fuddruckers first opened here and when you walked in they had all the meat hanging behind these large windows for everyone to see like an old butcher shop. That's a no no here now anyway.... cr****
No Fuddruckers in Ohio anymore. A new 5 Guys opens up every week though.
That Kris Humphrey/Kardashian guy owns the 5 Guys that is a few minute drive from me. Douche burgers
The last time I had a Five Guys burger, it was pretty craptastic. Fries were still ace, though.
I was actually craving Fuddrucker's since I haven't been in a few years, but it seems the last one around here just closed down back in October.
Carl's isn't comparable to the rest because it's a thin greasy diner burger. It's good if you want that style of burger and they have the original IBC root beer on cask, but to me there's a clear distinction between the two styles of hamburger and I don't compare them. In n Out and all the fast food joints like 5 Guys would be in this category for me. My favorite thin style hamburgers are Blimpy Burger in Ann Arbor and Dirty Martins in Austin.
Loved Fuddruckers and then it closed, then a month later they opened a Five Guys a couple blocks away. I'd rather have Fuddruckers back.