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The world doesn't need another post about the In-N-Out burger, but I just wanted to send a little bit of west coast sunshine to all my peeps who are covered in snow right now. Miss you!!! And believe it or not, I miss the snow very much. It's just very strange to be having lunch in a t-shirt outside in the middle of January.

Lunch now comes on these fun red plastic trays!


They are very proud of wrapping their burgers in paper.

You know about the Bible scriptures hidden underneath the cups, right? CREEPY!!!



  • actually it’s john 3:16: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,[a] that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

    … yeah. still creepy. ;) but considering that the owners of in-and-out are obv passionate about lots of things (being kind to the environment, serving the best product possible, etc) and that they hide the scripture references only where those looking will find them, it is more than forgivable.

    all i know is that i WISH i had an in-and-out burger here in ATL! :))

    kayce. on

  • Umm, actually the bible scriptures under the cups are pretty creepy. If I’m patronizing a business I don’t need to be reminded that I will perish if I don’t accept Jesus as my savior (John 3:15).

    The predictable response that I don’t have to patronize such businesses misses the point entirely.

    Paystyle on

  • I don’t think that the bible scriptures are creepy, I think it is nice. The owners of the company are into their religion. Thats cool to me.

    Melissa Good Taste on

  • In-n-out is awesome. The burger makes the creepiness go away.

    Is that the one in Mountain View?

    CJ on

  • Chef the city, that’s a very good point, as I personally have absolutely no qualms about patronizing In-n-Out, and in fact regret not doing so when I was in CA during the holidays.

    I suppose in more ways than one, this is a case of ignorance being bliss.

    Paystyle on

  • Is the burger animal style? Seems to have all the right parts, but it’s so neatly made.

    I’m getting weak looking at these photographs. I miss In-N-Out so much.

    Robey Clark on

  • If it weren’t for Jesus, In-N-Out wouldn’t even exist so AMEN!

    I was in Gilroy today- one of the many In-N-Outs along the 101. In NYC, you’ve got Starbucks on every street corner. Here, you’ve got In-N-Out at every third highway exit. Ain’t life grand?

    Oh, and I forgot to mention that I saw some guy park his car, order his burger and fries, walk it outside in the red tray, to eat it in his CAR!!!

    Really? You are gonna eat your burger in your car when there are tables outside on such a lovely day? It was the strangest thing ever.

    kayoko on

  • stomach just grumbled. i could eat 3 of those right now. with fries and a milkshake *

    Mel on

  • i like my onions raw so i don’t get mine animal style. yeah, always so perfectly made, right?

    ROBEY! it’s so great to hear from you!

    kayoko on

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