If you want to navigate through the menu like a
real "professional," next time you're at In-N-Out Burger and feeling
adventurous, use these phrases to impress yourself, your tummy and everyone in line.
3 by 3: 3 meat patties, 3 slices of cheese.
4 by 4: 4 meat patties, 4 slices of cheese.
Three by meat: A burger with three patties and no
cheese. The first number refers to the meat and the second refers to the cheese. For
example, a 2x4 is not a stud, it's a Double-Double with two additional slices of cheese.
100 by 100: You will never guess what this is?
Believe it or not, a group of 4 once mentioned it. Turns out it was a special deal
for their birthdays (taken from the In & Out Burger Newsletter, mailed out to the INO
500 by 500: The unconfirmed record held by a
Animal Style: Cooked in mustard, while pickles,
extra spread and grilled onions are added.
Fries, well-done: Extra crispy fries once you
taste them, you don't want to go back to the original kind!
Grilled cheese: Burger without the patty.
Protein style: Burger that has lettuce
substituted for the bun. In addition, it can be any type of burger, i.e. a hamburger
Veggie burger: Burger without the patty or
cheese. Can also be referred to as a "Wish Burger," in which you wish you
had some meat too!
Double Meat: Like a Double Double without cheese.
Light fries: Not too hard to find out what this
Neapolitan shakes: Strawberry, vanilla, chocolate
Home run: When a car passes the microphone
without placing an order, and proceeds right up to the service window.
On the Sal: Lettuce and dressing only.