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Burgers, hot dogs and milkshakes - with or without bacon - coming to Gloucester Quays

Customisable burgers, hot-dogs and milkshakes - with or without bacon - are just weeks away from coming to Gloucester.

American burger brand Five Guys have confirmed they have agreed a 15-year lease to move into Gloucester Quays.

Launched into the UK in 2013, the brand dates back to the late 1980s when it was founded

by the Murrell family in Virginia, they now have more than 1,500 outlets across the globe.

Offering fully-customisable burgers using high-quality, fresh produce and all cooked to order.

They also serve special thick milkshakes, all of which can be made with, or without, bacon if you wish.

The 2,060square foot outlet in the Quays, will be the 95th Five Guys restaurant to open in the UK.

Paul Hamilton, Head of Brand at Five Guys said: "Gloucester Quays is a great location to be opening our 95th Five Guys store, with its strong mix of leisure and shopping facilities.

"The Five Guys Crew look forward to welcoming customers when we open later this month."

The new signing adds to Gloucester Quays host of leading brands which now includes Hugo Boss, Cath Kidston, Jack Wills, All Saints, Joules, Carluccio's, Bills and TGI Fridays.

Lifestyle Outlets is defying the national retail trend with soaring sales and new store openings. The company has reported a 14 per cent increase in sales.

Jason Pullen, Managing Director at Lifestyle Outlets, comments: "We are excited to welcome Five Guys to Gloucester.

"The brand has a huge following thanks to its amazing food offering and we're confident that it will quickly establish itself as a must-visit destination.

"Gloucester Quays continues to thrive thanks to its unique offering within the region combining great brands, attractions and amenities that people want to visit.

"Five Guys perfectly fits with our ethos as we target further growth and success in 2019."

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