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12 comments on “Grazing Arizona: In-N-Out

  1. This was so mean to make us look at a close-up of the tastiest burger in the history of ever. I grew up in SoCal and went to college in Phoenix, and In-n-out is my personal mecca. I was back there a few weeks ago and my first stop out of the airport was to the closest In-n-Out… I miss it sooo much!!

    You should try the Animal Style Fries… those are a real treat!!!

  2. I agree this is cruel. I love in-n-out. I guess i’ll just have to live on the pictures for now. thanks…..if you have more….

  3. As the Beastie Boys said, “I like a Fatburger when I’m way out west.” No, they didn’t say In and Out.

  4. Luckily I’m reading this while on vacation in California or I’d be really upset about this post. :-)

  5. I walked in to an establishment in Old Town on Greenville wearing my In-n-Out shirt. He informed me that he was in talks with them to bring a location to Big D. That was quite some time ago, but maybe there’s hope…?

    MMMMM…animal style!!! :)

  6. Many people have talked with In-N-Out about bringing in a franchise. I have been in contact with the folks at In-N-Out and they tell me they have inquiries all of the time but at this time they have no plans to come into Texas. It is a family operated company and they like to control the freshness of the product and do not want to get too strung out.

  7. I was just in San Diego and the manager of 13 years said they plan on coming to Dallas by 2010 for what it’s worth.

  8. Nancy — Sounds like the beloved Trader Joe’s. They’re slow to expand because they have to have a distribution center within a certain radius of their stores. What I wouldn’t give to have a TJ’s in the old Whole Foods space on Greenville…