Many newcomers to the Outer Banks who are browsing the local restaurants, shops and area attractions online or in the local guide books notice an interesting addition to the standard address. Besides the typical business name, street name, street number and town, many local businesses also include a Milepost number. This may initially appear to be an odd notation to include, but on the Outer Banks, this is incredibly helpful to new visitors on the lookout for a specific restaurant or shop.
This 50's style burger joint is loved by many because it offers simple, delicious, made-to-order burgers, hot dogs and fries. Five Guys Burgers and Fries is well-known for offering some of the best burgers in town, and in many towns for that matter, as this popular franchise has reached almost every state in the U.S. Food quality is what makes Five Guys unique and gives them a cult-like following. The chain uses only fresh (not frozen) ground beef, the fries are cooked in no cholesterol peanut oil and the menu is trans-fat free.
Placing your order is simple, as you can select from a variety of burgers, cheeseburgers or hotdogs. Next, you can pile on the toppings, stacking them as high as you want for free. Toppings include classic condiments and lettuce and tomato, as well as a variety of sauces, jalapeno peppers, green peppers, grilled onions and grilled mushrooms. Don’t forget the fresh-cut fries, which come Five Guys Style or Cajun Style. Add malt vinegar for a kick.
You won’t be waiting long for your food, but be sure to take advantage of the free bulk peanuts, which you can scoop up for an all-you-can-eat treat. This kid-friendly restaurant offers ample seating, and it’s the perfect stop for easy fast food on the go. Kids (or your inner child) can leave a doodle or note using an available note pad and pen.
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