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Five Guys Burgers to open in Ireland (but just in Belfast so far)

No locations south of the border have been confirmed as yet.

8103709827_45717cc334_h Source: Flickr/miamism

WE’VE KNOWN FOR quite some time that the legendary US burger chain Five Guys will be setting up in Ireland.

Now we know exactly where their first restaurant on the island of Ireland will be - Belfast’s Victoria Square shopping centre.

The distinctive signage has been spotted

DailyEdge.ie has contacted Five Guys to confirm the details of the other restaurants planned for the Republic.

While no locations south of the border have been revealed yet, Five Guys did say that the Belfast location will be the only one open before Christmas.

Victoria Square in Belfast says that it is likely that it will be opening in mid-December – so just over a month away

fiveguystweets Source: Victoria Square Twitter

*heavy breathing*

Everyone is very EXCITED

Five Guys Source: joo0ey

We’re all planning road trips now

Just try and stop us.

Written by David Elkin and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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