You’re never going to be disappointed by a meal at In-N-Out. We’ll say it loud and proud: a dirt-cheap, fast-food chain serves one of our favorite burgers in the city. We have yet to figure out how an operation so large could be so consistent, but that’s just the way In-N-Out does things. Head to Sunset Boulevard (or Venice, or Beverly Hills), say “double double, animal style” to anyone wearing a paper hat that will listen, and prepare for burger heaven.
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