Center City Burger Round Up

Five Guys Burger
There’s been an influx of new burger spots opening up in Center City, Kirsten Henri takes a look at Bootsie’s, Copa Miami and Five Guys.

She finds Bootsie’s an expensive dud, Copa Miami, respectable, and Five Guys, “everything a fast-food burger should be.”

Burger Me Senseless [Philadelphia Weekly]
Bootsie’s [Official Site]
Five Guys [Official Site]

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  • Helen Laman

    Comparing the hype over Butcher and Singer and Five Guys…….Five Guys handsdown.
    The fries over at Butcher and Singer have a “old potato” starchy taste. The burger is just OK.
    Five Guys fries are dry and mealy inside as they should be. The burger, how does one describe perfection.
    And then there are the peanuts on each table.
    Need I say more?