Five Guys Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Five Guys Gluten-Free menu. Five Guys is known for their burgers and hot dogs but unfortunately, they don’t offer a gluten-free bun. Your only option is to either bring your own bun or eat the meat and toppings plain. Their fries are gluten-free and cooked in 100% peanut oil and they have a milkshake as well with a lot of flavors to mix in. So all in all, this is probably not the best place to visit for a gluten-free meal, but you can probably find a snack if you wind up here with a friend.

Five Guys Gluten-Free Menu 2017

Burgers (No Bun)

  • Hamburger
  • Cheeseburger
  • Bacon Burger
  • Bacon Cheeseburger
  • Little Hamburger
  • Little Cheeseburger
  • Little Bacon Burger
  • Little Bacon Cheeseburger

Dogs (No Bun)

  • Kosher Style Hot Dog
  • Cheese Dog
  • Bacon Dog
  • Bacon Cheese Dog

Meats

  • Bacon
  • Hamburger Patty
  • Hot Dog

Fries

  • Cajun Style
  • Five Guys Style

Toppings

  • A.1.® Original Steak Sauce
  • BBQ Sauce
  • Cheese
  • Green Peppers
  • Grilled Mushrooms
  • Hot Sauce
  • Jalapeño Peppers
  • Ketchup
  • Lettuce
  • Mayonnaise
  • Mustard
  • Onions / Grilled Onions
  • Pickles
  • Relish
  • Tomatoes

Milkshakes

  • Five Guys Shake Base
  • Whipped Cream

Mix-Ins

  • Bacon
  • Banana
  • Chocolate
  • Coffee
  • Dark Vanilla Syrup
  • Oreo® Crème (Not Oreo® Cookies)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Salted Caramel
  • Strawberry

Other Items

  • Bulk Peanuts
  • Eggs

Drinks

  • They serve Coca-Cola® products and all of their soft drinks are gluten-free.

Five Guys History

Five Guys was established in 1986 by Jerry and Janie Murrell. At the time, they were thinking about either starting a business or going to college. They settled on a proprietorship together with their four younger brothers who were also drawn into the business. The Murrell family launched their first carry out burger restaurant in Arlington, Virginia.

Their philosophy was simple, “to perfect and serve” their customers with dedication. Their cooking formula was also uncomplicated yet effective, burgers and fries prepared to perfection. It turned out to be a success within the local community, and later on in other parts of America. Under the Murrell family’s guidance, they were soon preparing quality fresh-cut fries made in pure peanut oil and grilled burgers. Soon enough, the small burger joint had grown to command a cult-like following, with customers even voting it the “Number 1 burger joint in the metro area”.

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During the 1990s, Five Guys had become the place to go for fresh, juicy burgers with tasty toppings that could be stuffed in between freshly baked buns. Their youngest brother was born during this time, and as the family grew in size, so did their company. Four more locations with traditional sit-down chairs were introduced to accommodate the growing number of customers.

Early in 2003, Janie and Jerry started offering franchise opportunities to the public. After only 18 months, they had already provided licenses to more than 300 investors. Their overwhelming success led to publications in magazines such as Restaurant Business and Nation’s Restaurant News.

Even today, Five Guys are still keeping their promise of delivering quality food to customers with the experience to match. They only use fresh-ground beef to prepare their burgers, which helps in maintaining freshness. Additionally, they don’t have any freezers on site since all their products are fresh and cooked right from scratch. Currently, the restaurant has over 1,000 locations found in 47 U.S. states and 6 Canadian provinces.

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Summary

We wish Five Guys offered a gluten-free bun to enjoy their burgers and hot dogs. They would definitely get a much better score if they provided a bread alternative. However, if your just looking for a snack or happen to be here with some friends, you can always enjoy some fries and a shake which are both gluten-free.

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