In-N-Out Burger

January 15, 2007
Cuisine: Fastfood, Burgers

2910 Damon Ave.
Pacific Beach, CA 92109

Phone: 1-800-786-1000
Website: http://www.in-n-out.com

Entree I: Double-Double ($2.75) with Fries ($1.09)

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Entree II: Cheeseburger, Protein Style, Animal Style ($1.85)

Ever since reading Fast-food Nation, I’ve wanted to eat at In-N-Out Burger to support their high food standards and fair employment practices. The Astronomer and I met up with his friend Jason (AKA San Diego H8R) from JBS for a quick lunch at In-N-Out before exploring the wonders of UCSD.

The Astronomer ordered the classic Double-Double and a side of fries. He thought the burger was delicious, even with the Thousand Island dressing. The fries were “nothing special,” but he liked how they were free of nasty trans-fats. Me too.

I normally order a Double-Double, but wanted to try the “secret menu.” I ordered a cheeseburger “Animal Style” (A mustard cooked beef patty served on a bun with pickles, lettuce, tomatoes, extra spread and grilled onions) and “Protein Style” (Instead of a bun, the burger is wrapped in lettuce). The burger was very messy to eat due to the extra spread and lack of buns. The grilled onions were fabulous and the burger overall was very good! The secret menu is quite a novelty, but next time I may just go for a plain old Double-Double with grilled onions.

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4 Responses to “In-N-Out Burger”


  1. 1 toby January 24, 2007 at 6:15 pm

    YUM. I love in-n-out. there aren’t any on the e.coast! :(

  2. 2 Lisa January 27, 2007 at 12:28 am

    Try the fries animal style, the cover them in cheese, sauce and onions and are very good

  3. 3 abarclay12 June 7, 2007 at 7:21 pm

    In-n-Out dominates. There’s no place better for a dee-lish burger. However, I’m not crazy about their fries. Good shakes though.

  4. 4 foodeater May 24, 2011 at 8:40 am

    Yep, In-N-Out rocks. Can’t beat their burgers for the deliciousness per dollar ratio.
    As far as the fries go, I always ask for them “well done”. If they’re really busy (usually the case), I’ll do the “walk-in” rather than drive-thru to make sure my fries are indeed crispy. Makes all the difference.


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