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    Lol @ In n Out being a big yawn. You guys dont know hamburgers.

    In-N-Out FTW!!
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    I tired Krystal in Georgia, it was disgusting. Maybe the worst burger I ever ate. Made McDonalds seem gourmet

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeHoof View Post
    Yes, there's an In N Out within walking distance from where I live. Built this past summer. The first two weeks, traffic was out the door and down the block. Now, it's a big yawn.
    I've never seen one anywhere that wasn't packed for lunch. Never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomjonesrocks View Post
    I've never seen one anywhere that wasn't packed for lunch. Never.
    Yeah, I would have to say that in-n-out is screwing up somehow. Every one I've ever seen is packed the entire time they're open. I've been to in-n-outs in cali, arizona, and nevada, every one of them had a wait at the drive thru and inside.

    I know the reason they don't spread much is they won't open a franchise more than a day drive from a distribution center so they can maintain freshness. Is it possible they broke this rule and have a less than ideal experience at that restaurant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davii View Post
    Yeah, I would have to say that in-n-out is screwing up somehow. Every one I've ever seen is packed the entire time they're open. I've been to in-n-outs in cali, arizona, and nevada, every one of them had a wait at the drive thru and inside.

    I know the reason they don't spread much is they won't open a franchise more than a day drive from a distribution center so they can maintain freshness. Is it possible they broke this rule and have a less than ideal experience at that restaurant?
    I'm just guessing, but I think the folks in Texas just don't really know about them in the same way. They're brand new, and if you've lived in Texas your whole life, it's a new-fangled, left-coast deal.

    I've eaten a two in Texas, and they were quite good. But never had a wait, or trouble finding a table. But go to the Whataburger down the street, and it's packed.
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    I've seen a few discussing in my absence about burger joints. I just had five guys tonight and I can positively say it's the best. And you don't ever have to worry about one of those nerds with peanut allergies showing up
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    My goal in life is to go to an In & Out.

    The only thing that beats a good burger is a good steak.

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    I'm in MN and my favorite is Hardee's. There's not too many around though.
    Also I can't stand Culver's. Dairy Queen is superior in every way except maybe fries.
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    Gimme a list of the best burger joints in OKC for the next time i'm in the area, NTL.

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    Fuddruckers anyone? I used to like to put my own toppings on my burger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davii View Post
    Haven't been. Not burger, but local, when I was out visiting Dad last time I went to a cafe in castle rock, I think it was called just castle cafe, best fried chicken ever. I give it 6 stars.
    HA! That's a customer of mine. Their burgers are very tasty too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
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    Big fan of Whataburger, White Castles, Hardees $6 dollar burger and 5 Guys.

    Carl's Jr is basically the same thing as Hardees I think.

    I haven't had Krystal or In and Out. Would love to try them.

    The burgers here suck. The beef is always too dry.
    haven't had Whataburger yet, going to try it when Im in Florida, as well as Habitburger.

    Yes Carl's Jr is basically Hardees with a little more burgers on the menu and a lot of them have Green Burrito as well.
    Good luck. Whataburgers are only in the Texas vicinity (TX, OK, NM, etc).

    In and Out is great and the ones in the Dallas area still stay pretty busy...but Texans tend to prefer Whataburger. Perhaps rightfully so. In a side by side, I think I'd choose Whataburger over In N Out. Those two would easily be at the top of my major chain list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick View Post
    Fuddruckers anyone? I used to like to put my own toppings on my burger.
    I enjoy Fuddruckers but it's a different experience. Not a fast food place and doesn't have a drive-thru. But the burgers are big and you choose how you accessorize them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeHoof View Post
    I enjoy Fuddruckers but it's a different experience. Not a fast food place and doesn't have a drive-thru. But the burgers are big and you choose how you accessorize them.
    I have never tried it even though there is one near my place. I should go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoachChaz View Post
    Good luck. Whataburgers are only in the Texas vicinity (TX, OK, NM, etc).

    In and Out is great and the ones in the Dallas area still stay pretty busy...but Texans tend to prefer Whataburger. Perhaps rightfully so. In a side by side, I think I'd choose Whataburger over In N Out. Those two would easily be at the top of my major chain list.
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