The Shumacher Group, Inc. and Steve Josovitz just sold a multi-unit Metro Atlanta FIVE GUYS Burgers and Fries group. Steve Josovitz of The Shumacher Group, Inc. represented the Seller and Franchisee for a second time having represented them successfully recently on the sale of several other FIVE GUYS Burgers and Fries units.
Some FIVE GUYS Burger and Fries info:
FIVE GUYS Burgers and Fries is the hottest franchise opportunity in years and only getting hotter. The Unites States is sold out and the only way to get into a Five Guys is to buy an existing business.
The Five Guys’ menu is centered on hamburgers, with several other options available. The hamburgers are divided into a “regular” burger, which consists of two beef patties, and a “little” burger that has only one patty. Both burgers are offered with American cheese, bacon, or a combination of the two for an additional charge. All other toppings are included at no additional charge. These toppings consist of: mayo, mustard, ketchup, relish, onion, lettuce, pickle, tomato, green pepper, jalapeño, grilled onion, and grilled mushrooms. Sauces include BBQ, hot sauce and A1.
The menu also includes kosher-style hot dogs, available with cheese and bacon, and grilled cheese andvegetable sandwiches (which, it should be noted, are simply the toppings they offer for free, on a bun). There is only one side item, fresh-cut French fries served boardwalk-style and fried in pure peanut oil. The French fries come in two sizes and two varieties, regular “Five Guys style” or “Cajun” style. Most locations offer free in-the-shell peanuts for patrons to eat while they wait for their food to be cooked.