Posts tagged: Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Joseph Guerrinha, center, practices with his teammates after taking a monthlong break from soccer to recover from a concussion. SR photo/J. Bart Rayniak
We managed to pack a bunch of interesting stories in Saturday's Valley Voice, starting with the touching story by correspondent Steve Christilaw about Central Valley High School soccer player Joseph Guerrinha. He's back in the game after suffering a serious concussion that he has no memory of.
The Spokane Valley City Council discussed projects to improve the Mission trailhead in Greenacres and establish railroad quiet zones west of Millwood. The were also questions as to whether the city counld afford to do the work. In other City news, newly appointed councilman Arne Woodard has already filed the required paperwork to run in the November election.
Correspondent Juli Bergstrom-Wasson has a look at the new Five Guys Burgers and Fries location at Sprague and Sullivan. I went in once to check it out and the line was nearly out the door. But you can munch on free peanuts while you wait and watching the kitchen staff at work is entertaining.
I drove by the new Five Guys Burgers and Fries location at 10 N. Sullivan Road yesterday afternoon and there's a small “now open” sign out front. The sign on the door says hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to head over there for lunch and tell me what I should order when I drop in. Feel free to share your impressions of the new burger joint (which is also famous for its huge servings of fries) in the comments.
Merry early Christmas: Five Guys Burgers and Fries should open at 10 N. Sullivan in Spokane Valley in March. It will be the second location of the popular national chain to open in the area and franchise owner Wayne Sheffield also plans to open one on Spokane's north side, too. There's only one question left. Should I be there right when it opens, napkin in hand, or wait a week or so for the feeding frenzy to die down? Click here for more details and scroll down.
Some work is going on at 10 N. Sullivan at the site of an old Hollywood Video store next to Petco. A check of the online Washington State business license directory shows that Montana Burgers Inc. applied for a business license at that location this month under the name Five Guys Burgers and Fries. A franchise of the national chain opened on Spokane's South Hill this year and people have been raving about their food. I'm sure fans of the business will be eagerly watching this location in the coming weeks.