Five More Guys and Morning Roundup

Five Guys is coming to Dinkytown (which neatly parallels their location on State Street in Madison, WI), Stub & Herb’s has some cool new shirts, DeRusha waxes poetic about local charcuterie, some striking photo outtakes from our profile of Chef Sarah Master from Porter and Frye, how to roast and freeze tomatoes for the winter, Summit brewer Eric Harper gets flooded out in Denver, BLVD Kitchen & Bar is set to open in Minnetonka, and Burger Time (no relation to the Atari game) is getting set to open in Apple Valley.

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James Norton

James Norton is editor and co-founder of the Heavy Table. He is also the co-author of Lake Superior Flavors, the co-author of a book about Wisconsin’s master cheesemakers, and a regular on-air contributor to Minnesota Public Radio.

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  1. I’m really looking forward to that Five Guys location in Dinkytown, and I think it will do really well. It’s not the greatest burger in the history of the world, but I do like it a lot.

    I’ve had Burger Time quite a bit in Grand Forks, and they are good as well. Dang, I love burgers. Is it lunch time yet.

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    I feel exactly the same way about Five Guys – not the burger to end all burgers, but very much my personal preference (thin nicely charred burger accompanied by good classic fries — like a McDonald’s hamburger taken seriously.)

  3. geoff 09/17/2010

    Five Guys is worlds better than Smashburger.

  4. Amen to that.