5 Guys is a personnel favorite of mine. It has massive burgers and delicious fries. Its a place that’s all about tasting good and not asking questions about nutrition.
The payment system is a bit interesting, but that may lead to savings.
5 Guy’s has fixed costs when it comes to toppings. Adding or removing items (except for buns) does nothing for the price. For this reason we analyzed the maximum possible count without changing the price. You most likely wouldn’t put all the toppings on the burger, but i’m not one to judge.
The highest calories per dollar item are the large fries. The highest protein per dollar item is the regular burger. Overall the best bang for your buck is the cheese burger.
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|Menu Item||Before Tax Price||Calories Per Dollar||Protein Per Dollar||Cost If Eaten All Year||Calories||Protein|
|Burger w/ Bacon||$7.99||172||4||$4,238.88||1376||31|
|Bacon (2 pieces)||$1.00||80||4||$9,125.00||80||4|
|Cheese (1 slice)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||70||4|
|Onions / Grilled||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||10||0|
If you’re looking to maximize your dollars spent, nothing can beat home cooking.
Want to learn how to eat Healthy? Here is our Massive Nutrient Per Dollar Study.