My husband is from San Diego so when I told him I have never had in and out burger, he said I had to try it. I admit, it was pretty good.
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Good food, but line was really long (out the door), and then another long wait for the food after you've ordered. Not sure if this is even considered "fast" food anymore. Seating is limited due to the volume of patrons; since indoor seating is limited,...More
So many people like hamburgers and In-N-Out in particular that building this eatery at this location has to be extremely lucrative to the privately-owned corporation. You never know when you arrive if a bus has just dropped a load of people off or you just...More
Am a fan of In and Out Burger, and have never been to one that didn't have a moderate wait, but this was ridiculous. Got there around noon (mistake 1?) and the line was nearly out the door. Long line for the men's room too....More
We stopped here for lunch on our way to Redding. The line was out the door. The place was so crowded, it was like a bunch of sardines crowded in a small room. However with all this business, the service was still very good and...More
1st time we've stopped in Kettleman City on our many travels up and down I-5. Location is a little harder to get to than the McDonald's, but parking lot is plenty big and lots of outdoor seating. This In-N-Out was a bit bigger than we've...More
I'll admit it -- we're in a rut. When on the road, we generally look for an In-n-Out at lunch time. We know we'll get a good burger at a decent price and have never been disappointed. Our "usual" is a cheeseburger for each of...More
I've been to this In-n-Out before, but to be honest, this time I walked in and walked out. There were 25 people/groups in line in front of me. That is WAY too long. I love In-n-Out, but there is no way that I am going...More
In-N-Out Burger is famous, so that is their story. Of the many stops on I-5 be sure to wait till you get here and get your #2 animal style.