In With In-N-Out

The company I work for has a connection with In-N-Out. A few days ago we received an invitation to attend the Pre-Grand Opening of the Draper restaurant.

We went early, and good thing because it got crowded fast.

Looks just like every other In-N-Out. And that's a good thing.

I let the free hat go to my head.

Animal style cheeseburger combo with a chocolate shake. Delicious.

Here's where the magic happens.

On our quickie, impromptu tour we saw the big, red, ripe tomatoes, the sponge dough buns with good old sugar (no high fructose corn syrup) and no preservatives, giant onions carefully prepared then sliced and diced, and of course the potatoes loving turned into golden fries.

My co-worker's son took a turn at the fry slicer - slammed the handle down so hard his hat went over his eyes.

The grand opening is tomorrow starting at 10:30 and I predict it will be a zoo.

The guy who gave us the tour said the Orem restaurant is also opening tomorrow. I didn't even know about this and I live in Orem. Be aware the map is wrong but the address is correct. It's near the intersection of State by Mimi's Cafe and The Outback.

The West Jordan In-N-Out will open next (in 2-3 weeks) followed by American Fork. I took this photo of the AF restaurant two days ago:

For the Wasatch Front In-N-Out faithful, the day of deliverance is at hand.


South County Ciclista said...

Their Map is wrong. It is "East" and it is right by the Outback and Mimis Cafe.

KanyonKris said...

Thank you for the info. I've updated my post accordingly.

Watcher said...

I hesitate to say this, since I know UTRider reads your blog, and I know his enthusiasm for In & Out Burger knows no limits but... I just don't get it. I only went there once- with you- in St. George, and it just wasn't that great a burger. 5 Guys has infinitely better burgers, and tastier fries. And of course neither holds a candle to Ray's...

There. I said it. I just couldn't hold it in any longer. Oh man, this comment will probably be one of those things I later regret... like that post about my neighbors...

KanyonKris said...

It may come down to what you prefer: simple or fancy burgers. In-N-Out is a very good simple burger. The meat, buns, tomato, lettuce, etc. are high quality and I can taste it. I think In-N-Out has a good burger for a good price.

Other times I feel like a fancy burger with lots of stuff on it - I don't go to In-N-Out for that.