Skip to comments.In-N-Out Burger heads to Dallas
Posted on 06/02/2010 9:36:45 AM PDT by Ro_Thunder
Appropriately revered west coast burger chain In-N-Out Burger is making an unprecedented expansion into Dallas, Texas.
The chain has infamously not expanded beyond the Western states of California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah, as In-N-Out trucks in its meat from a central facility and has resisted reorganizing that structure in order to accomodate farther reaching locations (for a visual explanation of the process, see this graphic at the Orange County Register).
(Excerpt) Read more at m.ocregister.com ...
Houston's got a Five Guys, and we've got the best of the South (What-A-burger). If they're building the processing facility in Dallas, then restaurants could be in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas easy enough.
Now - we just need Fatburger!
Fletch DOES live!
In-N-Out Burger might be the best thing to come out of California. It ranks right up there with Rubio’s fish tacos.
NOW I can move to Dallas!
In-n-Out is one of the biggest holds So Cal has on me. I can give up Tommy’s burgers (but just barely).
What A Burger is great, from what I remember (last had one 25 years ago). In N Out is great. You’ll love having them there.
“Now - we just need Fatburger!”
The Big Fat Deal will get you through anything...
Went to my first 5 Guys the other day (here in Richmond, VA).
It sucked. Not even as good as Carls Jr./Hardee’s (much less In ‘n Out) and extremely expensive.
Gag.. With places in Dallas like Jucy’s, Twisted Root, Jakes, and Chips, why would anyone choose some fast food joint?
All we need after this is White Castle, and we’ll have burger nirvana. I know they tried Krystal here, and it failed, but comparing them to WC is like comparing flea market paintings to the Hudson River School.
in and out burgers are over-rated.
however, men like the name.
Woo-hoo. Sadly the Observer said Garland was the first, most likely site. Garland? Please head to the west side of the Metromess!!!
5 Guys was MUCH better five or six years ago, then they started expanding like crazy and the quality went with it.
Philistine! Heathen! IIINNFIDEL!
Apparently, In-N-Out Burgers has realized the same thing that a lot of us ex-SoCal folks have. I made my move from L.A. to Dallas four years ago.
North Texas is where it’s at, baby.
Yeah, it’s going in at the hoity-toity Firewheel outdoor mall.
Dang, ya just had to go and remind me. I really miss Tommy's and Fatburger.
What-A-Burger must be shaking in their boots.
I have never understood the big deal about In-n-Out.
Tommy burgers on the other hand...but only the original one on Beverly and Rampart...all of the franchise ones are worthless.
Just go over to Mesquite and try a Jucy’s burger and you’ll never go back to a chain.
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