March, my travels this month are committed to slices of America’s art,
entertainment, history, and food topped, perhaps, with social

First stop, IN-N-OUT Burger not the usual fast food–
Family-owned, decades old chain established in 1948.
Only in 298 locations in the West;
Design classic in white, red, and yellow with crossed palm trees.
I’m a big fan.

Known for its cleanliness, and great treatment of employees–
Watch them cut and peal.
Natural fresh ingredients (absolutely no bagged frozen french fries);
Love the Double Doubles.
Love the Secret Menu which allows me to have it my way wrapped in
lettuce instead of on a bun.

2 thoughts on “IN-N-OUT BURGER

  1. Pat, In-N-Out is just not as good as what they used to be. They just don’t have the same flavor as what they did back from the 70’s-80’s. The only thing that has never changed and the best thing about them is their french fries.

    1. Danielle,
      I only “met” IN-N-Out when my youngest was stationed on the West Coast. In comparison to East Coast franchises like McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Rally’s, and the list goes on and on–they are in my opinion the best for fast food.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.