What California-based burger chain is notorious for its secret menu?
Chow down on this tasty tidbit: While the printed In-N-Out menu is limited to burgers, fries and milkshakes, In-N-Out famously encourages guests to endlessly customize their orders as part of its “secret” menu. Whether it’s choosing the number of thin, perfectly grilled patties to stack high, ordering fries “well-done,” getting a three-way mixed Neapolitan shake or having your burger “protein” style and substituting the bun for lettuce, the options seem to go on forever. Just don’t forget to order it all “Animal Style”! Source: In-N-Out
FIRST IN-N-OUT BURGER OPENS
Harry Snyder introduces California’s first drive-thru hamburger stand in a space barely 10 feet square at Francisquito and Garvey in Baldwin Park. Every day before dawn, Harry visits the meat and produce markets to pick out fresh ingredients, which he prepares by hand. Meanwhile, his wife Esther diligently takes care of all the accounting for the new restaurant at their home right around the corner.