Burger chain to open its 100th site after only six and a half years
Premium burger brand Five Guys has launched its 100th UK restaurant, at 4 St Paul’s Churchyard opposite the cathedral. The site was secured by UK leisure property agency Shelley Sandzer, who also helped the brand find their first UK site, in Covent Garden in 2013.
In line with the milestone opening, Five Guys are launching their breakfast menu for the first time in the UK, at the 5,000 sq ft St Paul’s store and three others across the country.
Five Guys UK CEO John Eckbert commented:“Since we first opened our doors in Covent Garden on the 4 of July, 2013, the UK has given us such a warm and enthusiastic welcome. We are grateful for all the hungry customers who have flocked to Five Guys to discover our burgers and fries. It’s great to have also worked with Shelley Sandzer on our 100th location – which is an equally iconic London site directly opposite St. Paul’s Cathedral. It feels like we’re just getting started – with so many exciting locations to come.”
Nick Weir, partner at Shelley Sandzer, added: “Five Guys are the prime example of why we take such pleasure in bringing brands to the UK from overseas. Since we helped secure their first site back in 2013, they have gone from strength to strength, and now have a massive UK following. Finding what is now their 100th restaurant is a great landmark moment for Five Guys and ourselves, as we look ahead to supporting their expansion plans in the New Year.”
Shelley Sandzer acted for Five Guys.