This Burger's Gone to Heaven
So after hearing the rave reviews about Five Guys over at DCist, I went to check out their website this morning and see where the supposedly amazing burger chain has its closest location in relation to TUL's current locale. Little did I know, however, that one of their restaurants is scheduled to open right near the origins of where this blog got its start, the heart of the Upstate if you will. Now, when I saw they had a link to list their New York locations, I immediately thought the addresses would be located somewhere in midtown Manhattan, or at least Nassau County. However, this does not appear to be the case. I'm going to assume that Five Guys must be a dedicated reader of TUL if they decided to open up shop in Niskayuna, one of the many suburbs in the Albany area. Any Upstate Life readers up there (you know who you are) are ordered at once to try their burgers and fries and report back to TUL as soon as possible. I have yet to try their food despite their abundance of locations in the DC area (yet none are relatively close to Bethesda), but now that both Five Guys and Ryan Adams are making their presence known in the Upstate, maybe it's turning out to not be so bad up there. Whoa, maybe I got a little carried away there for a second.