Top 10 Things You LOVE About In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger may not have the brand recognition
or global footprint of McDonald’s, but it is a beloved regional chain in California
and the Southwest. Founded in California in 1948, In-N-Out Burger has worked to create
a loyal following with fresh ingredients for a menu that focuses on quality over quantity.
So without further ado, here are the Top 10 Things We Love About In-N-Out Burger. Monkey Style at In-N-Out If you’re a fan of In-N-Out Burger you may
know that the family-owned fast food chain offers a “secret menu” for customers in the
know. Much of the secret menu is common knowledge, such as the animal style burger: a mustard-grilled
patty with added pickle, extra spread, and grilled onions. However, there is also a slightly
more secret “secret menu” that is a little more obscure. For example, the Monkey Style
burger consists of an order animal style fries served on top of a hamburger. This item is
apparently for those customers who like their fries on their burger instead of with it.
However, there is a catch to ordering a Monkey Style burger. The catch is that the In-N-Out
kitchen crew will gladly make the burger and the animal style fries for you, but you’ll
have to put the two great tastes together to complete the monkey style madness before
enjoying your secret menu selection. Some customers are annoyed that they have to take
this extra step themselves. The restaurant chain is firm on this point, although it is
not clear exactly what the reason is. Feeling the In-N-Out love yet? Then if you’re
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join our notification squad. In-N-Out is Simply The Best In 2017 In-N-Out Burger, the California based
fast food chain won bragging rights because of a vote proclaimed it to have the best burger
in America. Voters on the popular site chose In-N-Out over several other burger chains
including Five Guys, and Whataburger. In California, In-N-Out is a somewhat revered company so
it would perhaps be more understandable if the poll was just California customers. Business
Insider took exception to Ranker’s poll; the magazine was adamant that In-N-Out burgers
are good, but a little overrated. Perhaps strong loyalty to the brand and a bit of nostalgia
combined to give In-N-Out a boost in the poll. Whether they’re the absolute best or not,
there’s no denying the burgers are fresh and tasty, and the experience at an In-N-Out
is always appreciated, thanks to friendly, well-trained employees and the fresh fries
made-to-order as you watch. Fresh Food Quickly at In-N-Out Fast food chains are probably most known for
pushing food out to their customers quickly using efficient food preparation techniques.
This process doesn’t necessarily result in the best tasting food you can buy, but when
you want a meal fast you don’t go to the Cheesecake Factory. Some chains do a better job than
others of balancing convenience and the quality of their food. In-N-Out prides itself on using
fresh ingredients and preparing all meals to order instead of just using frozen foods
and allowing burgers and fries to sit under heat lamps waiting to be sold. While waiting
for your order at an In-N-Out you can watch the kitchen staff slicing up fresh whole potatoes
before deep frying them for waiting customers. For fans of the California-based fast food
chain, the extra wait is well worth it to get fresh, tasty burgers and fries. It’s still
fast food, but it’s just done a little bit better than most of the competition is willing
to do it. The fact that In-N-Out isn’t quite as fast as some of the competition is one
of the things customers love about their favorite burger chain. The chain’s loyal customers
know from experience that the made-to-order meals are worth the wait and it keeps them
coming back for more. It’s one of the things we love about In-N-Out. In-N-Out Burger Keeps It Simple In this era of ever-expanding fast food menus
that try to cater to every taste, In-N-Out Burger has steadfastly stuck to its basic
menu. This burger chain was founded in 1945, but its menu still consists of hamburgers,
cheeseburgers, fries, sodas, and shakes. Just to cover all its bases the chain also serves
coffee and hot chocolate. Compare this limited list of fast food staples with the encyclopedic
menus at some of the popular fast food chains. Taco chains that sell burgers and burger chains
that sell tacos don’t make sense to the owners of In-N-Out. They strongly believe in the
principle of quality over quantity. The company’s success has come from its loyal customers
responding to quality burgers and fries. This is mostly why people go to fast food restaurants
– to get the tastiest burgers and fries they can get. In-N-Out concentrates on this and
leaves the pizza and nuggets to others. Most In-N-Out customers really aren’t interested
in In-N-Out chicken sandwiches or quesadillas because they can get those items somewhere
else. The chain offers milkshakes made with real ice cream in vanilla, chocolate, and
strawberry. The “secret menu” allows you to order a Neapolitan milkshake that combines
the three flavors as well as variations of the burgers. A 4×4 is four patties and four
slices of cheese, protein style is a patty wrapped in lettuce.  These “secret” items
are actually just special requests instead of items listed on the regular menu. Service With A Smile at In-N-Out Apple and Facebook are two companies known
for treating their employees generously, but according to some surveys, In-N-Out Burger
beats them both. While its true workers at the fast-food chain are paid well, their satisfaction
comes from more than money. The chain’s employees tend to say that they find their work more
rewarding and challenging than their counterparts at the big chain restaurants. These positive
experiences have tended to make In-N-Out employees more loyal to the company than is usually
the case in the high turnover fast food industry. In-N-Out has been able to maintain a fairly
family owned/small business culture at its restaurants despite recent efforts to expand
into other markets. This is in contrast to some of the big burger chains with big corporate
cultures to match. Employees at In-N-Out like to see themselves more as a part of a family
or a small team than a group of nameless cogs in a giant corporate machine. This social
dynamic mirrors the different ways In-N-Out Burger and its competitors produce their food.
In-N-Out continues to be committed to serving fresh cooked-to-order burgers and fries to
a relatively small client base while the big burger chains have long embraced more of an
assembly line approach to serving millions of customers all around the world. Float Your In-N-Out Root Beer Boat Many of the items on In-N-Out’s “secret menu”
are widely known to customers such as the animal style burgers and fries and the 4×4
burger. However, there are some lesser known items that are actually a bit more of a “secret.”
The In-N-Out root beer float is one of these items, but it’s really a no-brainer, isn’t
it? The burger chain sells root beer and it sells vanilla milkshakes so it seems inevitable
that at some point these two delicious treats would be combined into one even better treat.
Well, this is exactly what happened. Some In-N-Out customers have described this root
beer float as more of a root beer milkshake than a traditional float you might have made
at home because it is made, not with a scoop of ice cream, but with a small amount of the
chain’s real ice cream vanilla milkshake. Describe this delicious treat any way you
like, but the fact is the In-N-Out root beer float is a good reason to love In-N-Out – a
customer friendly burger chain willing to do a little extra for its customers. It might
be possible to get the root beer float with either the chocolate or the strawberry milkshake
if vanilla doesn’t float your boat. If you don’t like root beer you might be able to
get a Coke float with one of the milkshake flavors. Going Off Menu With an In-N-Out 4×4 The 4×4 burger at In-N-Out is exactly what
it sounds like: four beef patties and four slices of cheese on a bun. This burger is
one of the most popular items on the popular burger chain’s “secret” menu. The patties
are fairly small so it’s not quite an obscene amount of food, but you’d better bring a healthy
appetite if you intend to take on this substantial burger. Four patties stacked on a bun can
be a little difficult so have extra napkins handy because all this cheese and spread can
get messy. But once you accept the idea that you’re going to get a little greasy you’ll
enjoy the 4×4 in the spirit it’s intended and it clearly seems intended to appeal to
people who are intent on proving that a regular burger or even a Double-Double just isn’t
enough to satisfy their carnivorous craving for In-N-Out burgers. But if you feel like
you’ve bitten off more than you can chew in one sitting after ordering a 4×4 burger you
can always divide the sandwich into a pair of Double-Doubles minus a top bun of course.
This way you’ll get two smaller, more manageable meals out of the one hefty 4×4 burger. Last Stand Of The In-N-Out 100×100 In-N-Out’s 100×100 burger has become something
of a legend in the fast food community. Some people think it’s just a tale told by hungry
kids with too much time on their hands, but the story is true. The story goes that back
in 2005 on Halloween night a group of friends went into their local In-N-Out in Las Vegas,
Nevada and made an unusual request. The helpful In-N-Out staff accommodated them. A few minutes
later they left the restaurant with a monster burger made with 100 beef patties and 100
slices of cheese between a single bun. This is how the legendary 100×100 burger was born.
The hungry group of friends were charged for one Double-Double burger plus 98 additional
beef patties. This hungry group of friends revealed that their bill came to a substantial
$97.66 that they gladly paid. This mega-burger creation caused something of a stir on social
media when the pictures were posted. Apparently, others have tried to get their In-N-Out to
make them a 100×100. Unfortunately for gluttons, the blogosphere reports this is one request
that In-N-Out will no longer fulfill. You can’t really blame the company because even
though the young men probably believed they were carrying out a harmless goof it feels
more like an abuse of the fun “secret” menu concept that many customers enjoy. Exit Through The In-N-Out Gift Shop Merchandising is an important part of a successful
company’s branding efforts as well as an important source of revenue. If you doubt this just
ask The Walt Disney Company. In-N-Out Burger is a successful company to be sure, but a
relatively modest fast food chain when compared to the behemoths like McDonald’s. In-N-Out
has an impact on California food culture that is outsized because of customer loyalty, the
mobile food trucks deployed for special events and because of the attention to merchandising.
They even have a 1:64 scale model of the In-N-Out Peterbilt big rig truck. In-N-Out has cultivated
a different kind of relationship with its customers. Have you ever seen random people
wearing baseball caps with a McDonald’s logo on it? The fact is you do see people wearing
In-N-Out hats because they are willing to show an extra level of support. You can also
find people wearing In-N-Out t-shirts with various images including the classic logo,
the crossed palm trees, and some classic car designs. McDonald’s is a universal brand with
stores that are often adapted to their locations. In-N-Out, however, has tapped into Southern
California’s historic hot rod and surfing cultures of the 1960s offering people a taste
of the Golden State’s glory days. Too Little Of A Good Thing at In-N-Out In January 2015 In-N-Out Burger celebrated
the opening of its 300th location. As popular as this fast-food chain is in California and
growing parts of the western United States it is a relatively small operation that remains
a family-owned company. The family has repeatedly rejected offers to franchise the business.
This is the opposite approach taken by a big chain like McDonald’s that seems to have a
master plan to put its restaurants in as many locations as possible. McDonald’s boasts a
global presence with nearly 37,000 store locations in more than 100 countries around the world.
In-N-Out’s limited number of locations increases each individual In-N-Out location’s value.
Their relative scarcity is seen as a virtue in the sense that because there isn’t an In-N-Out
Burger on every corner you might feel compelled to go to the one you do find. Apparently the
famous British chef Julia Child kept a list of In-N-Out Burger locations handy so when
she was traveling in California she would always know where she could find one as she
traveled around the state. It’s well established that the company’s loyal customers are willing
to go a little out of their way to enjoy their favorite burgers and fries. Although, it can
be a little frustrating to have to pass a few McDonald’s and Del Tacos before reaching
an In-N-Out the extra effort makes the food taste that much better. Before dashing out on a quest to find your
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