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First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 2:41 am

Well since most people in aviation know of the epicness of the greatest burger and fries. I thought it would be original to start a thread on where you first tasted heaven. Feel free to add info along with location.

Me

51 North Nellis Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada.

I definately got a double double with onion and spread. I forget if a shake was involved but needless to say they had a customer for life.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:00 am

LAX in 2005. Been many more where that came from...

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:10 am

November 1984, Pasadena, California.
It was the In-N-Out on Foothill Bl and was after a football game between Pasadena High School and John Muir High School. That game call the Turkey Tussle is held at the Rose Bowl every year.
I had a double-double, fries and lemonade.
At the time, I didn't like their fries but now I love them.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:16 am

You know, its funny... I worked at In-N-Out for six years as my first job and could never understand the fascination. It's really all average to me. Buuuut, to play along. My first was in 1995 in Pasadena, where I got a hamburger with ketchup, lettuce, onions. Today, I get a Double-Double with ketchup, lettuce, whole-grilled onion, chopped chilies, and extra toasted bun, fries animal style no spread, and a Lemon-Up.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:20 am

Quoting JetsGo (Reply 3):
My first was in 1995 in Pasadena

What street was it on?
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:24 am

I was on a band trip to San Diego in 2006, and we stopped at an In-N-Out somewhere on the way back from the Holiday Bowl. I have no idea where, though. It was dark and I was quite tired. I had a 3x3 and fries.

My only other one was at the one across from the Milbrae BART Station on March 13, 2009. Awesome lunch after a 5 hour flight from ATL.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:25 am

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):


What street was it on?

The same one you visited, on E Foothill. This is store #5, the oldest store in it's original building. Stores 1-4 and a few more recent ones have all been rebuilt.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:26 am

My first experience as In N' Out was about in the very early nineties when I was about 11 or 12 years old, I had half a cheeseburger the location stands today as then at 1837 West Foothill Blvd. Upland, CA.

It was love from the start. When we moved to Long Beach, California in 1992 we made regular weekend trips to the In N' Out in Lakewood, there was not a place to sit so we ate in the car under a nearby building. When the In N' Out opened at the Long Beach Town Center in 1999 we came there as it was closer to where we lived and it had a place to sit down. When I go I usually use the drive-thru or order inside and take it out as usually all the tables are taken, inside and outside. We have never once been disappointed.

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:30 am

Sometime in 1996 or 1997 in Bakersfield, I ate a double got the worst aches ever and ended up 2 days in the San Francisco Hotel riding out a nasty infection.
8 people died in Oregon and CA due to meat poisoning...

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:37 am

Back in late 2001/early 2002, somewhere in Orange County but I have no idea where! I remember it was either near a mall or part of a huge carpark similar in my view to a Krispy Kreme out that way (the one where Borat was filmed trying to kidnap Pamela Anderson). My relatives ordered it all for us - a double double animal style each. It was so good.. Then about a week and a half later, I got to LAX and had one there too! What a great trip that was back then..

But all that was relived last November when I returned to LA and took a couple of daytrips to LAX!


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Obviously the photo was burger-centric (sorry EK!) but do enjoy the Triple Triple (3x3) animal style as much as I did on that cold windy day!
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:13 am

Quoting NIKV69 (Thread starter):
Well since most people in aviation know of the epicness of the greatest burger and fries.

Ahem! They are far far far from being the "greatest burger and fries" thank you very much.   That said, the first time I tried them I was really young (about 5 or 6) so don't know where or when. The first time I distinctly remember eating In n Out was in Burbank in about 1996.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:13 am

Quoting JetsGo (Reply 6):
The same one you visited, on E Foothill. This is store #5, the oldest store in it's original building. Stores 1-4 and a few more recent ones have all been rebuilt.

Wow, that's cool!  
Quoting NZ107 (Reply 9):
Obviously the photo was burger-centric (sorry EK!) but do enjoy the Triple Triple (3x3) animal style as much as I did on that cold windy day!

You're cruel!
The closest In-n-Out to me is over 10,000 miles away.  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:15 am

Ah, yes, the ol' in(-n-)out... but that's kind of a private question innit? Surely something to never forget, nevertheless.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:28 am

Placentia, CA in 1984. I like the place.

had a Double-Double here in Dallas yesterday - never thought I'd see the day.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:51 am

Back in 1992 or 1993 I was living in Lemoore, CA they had a In-N-Out in Hanford IIRC or maybe it was the one in Visalia, CA. Me and some friends stopped there and ordered the Cheeseburgers by the bag (which they no longer have) on the menu. Good times...

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:55 am

My first trip was 9 days ago, connecting through LAX! Double double, fries and a chocolate shake, and the heavies coming in right over my head.   
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:04 am

Can't be sure but I believe I lost my In-n-Out "V plates" at the one near where my in-laws live - Diamond Bar (on Golden Springs) just off of the I-60. It's walking distance from the house, but that location is only a drive-thru so not much point anyway. Fairly recently, they've opened a new one nearby at Valley/Grand which is bigger so I could eat-in there if I wanted. Anyway, it was either there, or the Camino Del Este location in San Diego.

Either way, pretty sure I would have had a double-double with no tomato, fries and a soda. Mmm.

Quoting NZ107 (Reply 9):
Obviously the photo was burger-centric (sorry EK!) but do enjoy the Triple Triple (3x3) animal style as much as I did on that cold windy day!

That looks yum.

On the other hand...



..looks absolutely vile. All that cheese.   

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:36 am

Quoting Superfly (Reply 11):
You're cruel!

Hey, I'm sitting here craving one too! And I'm about 10000km away myself.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:42 am

We got coupons for free double-doubles at a San Jose Giants game when a certain designated hitter hit a double. Then to narrow it down, they gave the coupons to the section who made the most noise.

While we appreciated the free food, it really wasn't very good. The meat was dry and salty, the fries tasted like cardboard and the shakes were unremarkable. Haven't been back since, the local Foster Freeze is much better and gets our occasional burger business.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:53 am

Likely 7009 W Sunset Blvd in Hollywood, CA, sometime in the late nineties or early 2000's. I remember I used to not like it.... I now accuse my father of not trying hard enough to get me to like it then. Now, I'm a huge fan. Duble-Duble Animal Style is the way to go.... I like the Flying Dutchman too....
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:54 am

I lost my cherry back in 1996 or so as a Freshman at Stanford.

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:01 am

I don't get all the love for In-N-Out....their burgers and especially the fries are nothing special IMHO.

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:20 am

I want to say sometime in 2001 or so at the In'n'Out in Kearny Mesa in San Diego. I thought it was OK at first, but as I started to socialize more in high school, I began to become more of a fan.

Now it's a mandatory visit anytime I go to LAX for spotting!  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:31 am

My first was LAX in October 2007. Actually met Paulo, Monique, KROC, PipoA380 and many other long lost names from this site  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:33 am

My first was probably in Gilroy, California in the mid to late '90s. It was the closest to my home town and one of the first to open in the Bay Area if I recall correctly. At the time, it was still a big deal to see In-N-Out open a location outside of Southern California.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:34 am

MILLBRAE
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MILLBRAE, CA 94030

This was the first In-N-Out I could easily get to walking as it is near the hotel I always stay when I visit SFO. Last year I ate there everyday either for lunch or dinner the 3 days I spent in SFO. I only ate there once this year only because I was after midnight when I got back from the Giants game.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:50 am

Quoting ha763 (Reply 25):
MILLBRAE
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MILLBRAE, CA 94030

There was a small Airliners.net gathering there when Emirates brought their A380 to SFO.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 11:23 am

Newbury Park California, October 2002. Gave away my UK nationality by filling my cup full of coke with only 4 ice cubes. Informed by a relative that all Americans fill the cup with ice and just fill the gaps up with coke. I rpelied that I wanted coke for my money not frozen water !
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 12:54 pm

I can't remember the first time, likely some time in the mid-80s in or around West Covina, CA (which is very close to where they were founded in Baldwin Park).

First distinct memory was a field trip to In-N-Out in Camarillo, CA in 1988.

I definitely remember the last time, because its the last time I ate beef. 13 years ago at the In-N-Out in Camarillo.

Quoting Bongodog1964 (Reply 27):
I rpelied that I wanted coke for my money not frozen water !

Free refills. You'd be surprised how little ice we use if we are getting the food to go  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 4:32 pm

Quoting sccutler (Reply 13):
had a Double-Double here in Dallas yesterday - never thought I'd see the day.

Dallas is the resturarant capital of the world. They had to make that happen. I would love to see their sales figures compared to the rest.

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 20):
Remember to order "Animal Style!"

Doc you go! I love it that way but also love to swtich it up. If I don't feel like a sloppy burger I get a 3x3 with nothing but ketchup! Yummmm
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:21 pm

142 E. Palmdale Blvd.
Palmdale, California

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 20):
Remember to order "Animal Style!"

Excuse me while I vomit.

Not a big onion fan...

Quoting johnboy (Reply 21):
I don't get all the love for In-N-Out....their burgers and especially the fries are nothing special IMHO.

I like their burgers, but there are better. I personally thing Five Guys has a better burger. The fries at In-N-Out are definitely the weak part of their menu...just not a fan of the flavor. I wish they had another option (like onion rings)

And yes, that's the funny thing about me...I don't like raw/chopped onions, but I do like onion rings. I remember going to Burger King once and ordering "Whopper no onions with onion rings please".
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:33 pm

First experience in Ontario, CA in December 2010. It was just okay. Five Guys beats the snot out of In-N-Out.   
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:37 pm

I have never been to an In-N-Out,      

Quoting bananaboy (Reply 16):
.looks absolutely vile. All that cheese

That's too much meat.      
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 5:38 pm

Quoting NIKV69 (Thread starter):
needless to say they had a customer for life.

Judging from the pictures some contributed here that would be a short life.  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:10 pm

I would rather chow down on a Carl's Jr. super star,cuz I once went to the one at LAX,and ordered a double-double with extra pickles and the whole thing was cold like the pickles. Have not been back since!!!
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:11 pm

Quoting sw733 (Reply 30):
I personally thing Five Guys has a better burger. The fries at In-N-Out are definitely the weak part of their menu...just not a fan of the flavor.

No way. Five Guys is crap compared to In-N-Out. Especially when you factor price into the equation. Even In-N-Out has better fries than Five Guys.

My first In-N-Out was 2895 Park Avenue, Tustin, CA. Happened to be right down the road from where I was working for two weeks.

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:34 pm

7009 West Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, CA

On my first trip to California we were going to SAN however we landed at LAX and took our rental out for a spin going through Beverly hills and Hollywood the typical and stereotypical first time tourist stuff before driving down and this was in the Summer of 2007 believe.

My dad who usually is not a big fan of fast food at all fell in love with the place, we were driving through Hollywood when we got hungry and I already knew about in-n-out because of my neighbor telling me how great it was, we passed a burger king or a McDonald's I believe and then saw an In-n-out and we just went.

After that in San Diego we went 2 or 3 more times always to this location
500 Mile of Cars Way
National City, CA 91950-6665

So far I have not gone back. However because of this thread I remembered that there are now in-n-outs in Texas but I assumed they were all on the western border and my eyes widened when I realized they are plating one right next to DFW!
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:08 pm

Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 35):
No way. Five Guys is crap compared to In-N-Out.

Well, guess that's why they are both successful...everyone has different tastes! And really I am not a big fry person, so I have never really done a comparison between the two when it comes to fries...I rarely get them.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 8:54 pm

I had the pleasure to experience my first In-N-Out in the backseat of my car when I was in high school. Going animal style also made the experience much more memorable.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:38 pm

It's so comical that the In-N-Out threads come up more than any other burger on this site. White Castle; fail. For me it was prolly 15 years a go and I did the "OC Tour" hitting up 2-3 different establishments. Animal style for me all the way.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 9:56 pm

Quoting Mexicana757 (Reply 32):

That's too much meat.

You are the first person I've ever heard say that In-N-Out burgers have too MUCH meat!
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:02 pm

My first was in Oct 2009 at the LAX branch with MYT332 and a buddy of mine just after we collected out hire car to head off to Mojave.

Had a double-double with fries and a Coke/Dr Pepper/Sprite - I forget exactly which.

Must say though that as nice as it was, I definitely prefer Carl's Jr.

 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:05 pm

First time was on a college visit in Claremont, CA right near(or in?) LA in late spring/early summer 2006. Plain cheeseburger with fries. I rarely eat beef, much less as a form of fast food, but I have a weakness for In-N-Out.

Quoting sccutler (Reply 13):
had a Double-Double here in Dallas yesterday - never thought I'd see the day.
Quoting NIKV69 (Reply 29):
Dallas is the resturarant capital of the world. They had to make that happen. I would love to see their sales figures compared to the rest.

Oddly enough, I'm in Dallas at the moment and swung by last night to satisfy cravings while in town. Even at 11pm on a week night, the place was jam packed and police were directing traffic. This is even after the place has been open for a week or two. In comparison, the nearby Whataburger, Taco Bueno, and Wendy's were quiet. I'm sure their sales are through the roof right now, but even once the initial hype wears off, I think In-N-Out is going to do quite well in the DFW area.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:28 pm

A couple months ago I was in Las Vegas. I was on my way to the airport but the road was blocked due to an accident. The detour took me past the in-n-out at 4705 South Maryland Parkway. Since I have heard of everyone raving about these burgers I stopped in for lunch. I had the cheese burger and fries. I have to say I was disapointed. It tasted like a failed big mac.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:40 pm

Quoting sw733 (Reply 37):
Well, guess that's why they are both successful...everyone has different tastes! And really I am not a big fry person, so I have never really done a comparison between the two when it comes to fries...I rarely get them.

I just find the price difference to be the big thing. I spend 12 bucks at Five Guys to get a burger, fries and a soft drink. I spend 12 bucks at In-N-Out and get 2 2x2's, fries, a soft drink and a milkshake.

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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:16 am

Quoting sw733 (Reply 30):

Excuse me while I vomit.

Hey, lookitthat!!! You just made Animal Sauce!

  
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 1:54 am

Quoting yfbflyer (Reply 43):
A couple months ago I was in Las Vegas. I was on my way to the airport but the road was blocked due to an accident. The detour took me past the in-n-out at 4705 South Maryland Parkway. Since I have heard of everyone raving about these burgers I stopped in for lunch. I had the cheese burger and fries. I have to say I was disapointed. It tasted like a failed big mac.

I must say that the one time for me, did not really impress me that much either. Good, but.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:01 am

Quoting NIKV69 (Thread starter):
I thought it would be original to start a thread on where you first tasted heaven.

For me, it certainly wasn't the one on Sepulveda Blvd by LAX in September 2008. It was OK, but not great food.
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 3:41 am

Quoting blink182 (Reply 42):
Whataburger

That place is definitely not like I like it.

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 45):
Hey, lookitthat!!! You just made Animal Sauce!

Sounds about right. Or did you ever see Anthony Bourdain's episode in Las Vegas where he went to that bar and got a drink called "ass juice"...animal style looks like a thicker version of that ass juice. I'm sure the ass juice tastes superior too.
 
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RE: First In-N-Out Experience.

Thu Jun 30, 2011 5:32 am

Quoting bananaboy (Reply 16):

..looks absolutely vile. All that cheese.

Looks AMAZING!!! Do you remember what that burger was called? That alone could serve as breakfast, lunch, and dinner for the 4 days I'll be in Vegas.

My first experience there was in 2009. A friend of mine who was familiar with them insisted we go while we were both at a Jewish Festival in Long Beach. I loved it. I keep meaning to try the one in Vegas when I'm out there...maybe next month.

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