I stopped by my favorite guilty pleasure of my teen years, Five Guys Burgers and Fries(I grew up around the corner from the original in Northern VA). The place was fairly close to the original, with fresh, cut fries cooked in peanut oil, with malt available on the side, and the burger was almost as good as I remember. Compared to a couple of the other franchises I've tried on the East Coast, this one comes as close as any to my original haunt. As far as the regional burger joints are concerned, I'd put the fries above any local chain or burger joint, and the burger certainly a part of the conversation. It was packed around 12 today(Labor day). The only noticeable change from the originals was that the peanut shells were not covering the floor, which is good or bad, depending on your desired hygene level.