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Five Guys Is Reopening 20 Branches For Delivery And Click And Collect Orders

Five Guys Is Reopening 20 Branches For Delivery And Click And Collect Orders

During lockdown, many of us are craving our go-to orders from our favourite food outlets.

It's happy news, then, that Five Guys has reopened 20 branches for delivery and click and collect food orders.

Cajun fries, bacon burgers and grilled cheese sarnies, here we come.

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Like many food chains, the popular burger brand - which launched in the UK in 2013 - closed down the majority of its outlets in March due to the UK government's coronavirus lockdown.

At first, Five Guys kept 13 of its restaurants open to handle delivery and click and collect orders. But a further seven branches have reopened for business this week.

On April 20th, outlets in St Paul's, Baker Street, Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh Fountain Park, Plymouth and Liverpool Queen Square reopened.

Meanwhile, Five Guys in Guildford reopens today.

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Like many food chains, the popular burger brand closed down the majority of its outlets in March due to coronavirus (Credit: Shutterstock)
Like many food chains, the popular burger brand closed down the majority of its outlets in March due to coronavirus (Credit: Shutterstock)

We can confirm that all branches are offering their full menu, too.

You can read the full list of branches here:

Branches that stayed open

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·Islington

·Wimbledon

·Nottingham

·Leeds Duncan Street

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·Ealing

·Aberdeen

·Kings Road

·Manchester Uni Green

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·Bath

·Fulham

·Newcastle

Five Guys' reopened branches include St Paul's, Baker Street, Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh Fountain Park, Plymouth and Liverpool Queen Square (Credit: Shutterstock)
Five Guys' reopened branches include St Paul's, Baker Street, Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh Fountain Park, Plymouth and Liverpool Queen Square (Credit: Shutterstock)

Branches that reopened 20th April 2020

·St Paul's

·Baker Street

·Edinburgh Fort Kinnaird

·Edinburgh Fountain Park

·Plymouth

·Liverpool Queen Square

Stores that reopened 22nd April 2020

·Guildford

Five Guys will offer its full menu at all reopened branches (Credit: TripAdvisor)
Five Guys will offer its full menu at all reopened branches (Credit: TripAdvisor)

With lockdown measures in place, customers can't dine in at Five Guys. The options are to order food for click and collect through the Five Guys website, or as a home delivery order via Deliveroo.

If you want to click and collect, simply enter your postcode to find your nearest open restaurant. Once you've paid for your order and paid, you'll need to collect your meal from your chosen branch.

There's no extra charge for click and collect orders, and no minimum spend.

Want to place a home delivery order with Deliveroo instead? In this instance, the minimum order is £5. You'll need to pay a delivery charge of £2.99 per order too.

Talking about the reopening, Five Guys UK's CEO John Eckbert said: "We have adopted a phased approach to reopening Five Guys stores, adhering to government advice and ensuring the safety of our customers and crew is paramount.

"To date a small number of stores have remained open for Click and Collect and Deliveroo orders only and while this has been in operation, we're proud of how our crew members have supported local hospitals and key frontline workers across the UK."

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock

Topics: Tasty Food, News, Coronavirus, Food And Drink

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