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Topic - Mark Bucher
Burger joints like Five Guys are some of the fastest-growing chains in the nation.
Some of the D.C. burger joints have expanded beyond the region. Other recent burger start ups are faring well, too.
Bucher says he's been through this before, as a major player in the bagel boom of the '90s, which eventually lost steam.
Mark Bucher, the founder and vice chairman of BGR The Burger Joint, said he sees room to expand slowly.