In-N-Out Burgers

Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Fenderon, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. Fenderon

    Fenderon Strat-Talker

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    I have seen pictures of in-n-out burgers posted on other web sites and they look so good I just about buy a plane ticket to CA to get one, has anyone here tried them and do they taste as good as they look.
     
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    Yes. They are by far the best burger out there. Spectacular taste.
     
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    They're great. Great, great, great.

    I used to get double-doubles, but lately have been getting 3x3's. Not brave enough yet for the 4x4.

    Order the onions grilled - it's good. Unless you like raw onions. Which is good, too. Just different.
     
  4. Fenderon

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    jcwu, are you familiar with an area in or around San Jose called Santana Row where car clubs meet on saturday mornings, if so is there an In-N-Out close by.
     
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    Yup, I go to Santana Row once in a while. Upscale shopping area with apartments upstairs.

    There's In-n-Out's in the area, if you consider 5 miles close by. Here are the two locations in the area that I've been to:

    604 E. El Camino Real
    Sunnyvale, CA 94087

    50 Ranch Dr.
    Milpitas, CA 95035
     
  6. Fenderon

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    Thank you jcwu, someday soon I hope to go there.
     
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    IN-N-OUT is one of the few fast food places where I would eat. It tastes a lot less industrial/synthetic (more natural, I guess) than the run-of-the-mill drive-thru burger joint.
     
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    Well, this is my first post (Paul over at the TDPRI kind of talked me into joining this forum -- not directly, but with encouraging words) -- and what do I find but a thread about some of my favorite burgers? Love 'em. We're heading out to L.A. next month to visit one of my sons, so I'll be able to get my In 'n' Out fix, and my Wahoos fish taco fix. Oh, and maybe play some strats somewhere along the line.... ;)
     
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    I always get the Double-Double, fries, chocolate shake. Their fries are cut on-site and the bun are abked there as well, so they're always soft. I'm a fool for soft buns.
     
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    Fenderon: just move to California. They're that good!

    (Well, almost...)
     
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    I love the simple life of Central Oregon to much to move, not much here though, peace, quite and good respectful people.
     
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    OK, if it wasn't for me going to the New Mecca in Pittsburg later, I'd be going to In n Out. I'm hungry.