Plans for a Five Guys burger chain restaurant in Waltham took one step closer to becoming a reality on Oct. 22.
Five Guys representatives, during the Oct. 22 Waltham City Council meeting, presented details of its plans for the restaurant to be built at the Main Street Marketplace.
The company's application for a fast food permit, which is required to open its doors, was referred to the City Council's Ordinance & Rules Committee for further review.
The store would span 2,501 square feet and have 56 interior seats as well as some exterior seats, according to the attorney Joseph Connors, an attorney for Five Guys. The store would open at 11 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. daily, Connors said. The restaurant's peak hours would likely be 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 5 - 7 p.m., according to Marc Magerman, the franchisee for the Waltham location.
The restaurant is not planning a drive-thru window or alcohol service, according to Magerman, the franchisee for the Waltham location.
In addition to burgers and fries, the restaurant would offer grilled cheese sandwiches and vegetable sandwiches, Connors said.
Chipotle and Massage Envy also have plans for stores at the Main Street Marketplace site. Another store,