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RRM19 Apr 16, 2012 03:44 PM

According to Google, there's an In N Out Burger at 6501 N Macarthur Blvd
Duncanville, TX 75116. Can anyone confirm?

Thanks!

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    vstock Apr 17, 2012 04:04 PM

    It is at 6501 N Macathur Blvd, IRVING 75039

    1. twinwillow Apr 17, 2012 04:57 PM

      Order yours "animal style"! Otherwise, it's just a meh burger.
      Skip the fries. Unless of course, you order them animal style, as well.

      1. irodguy Apr 18, 2012 09:57 AM

        I would the closest would be on 76 and caruth. All though personally I would rather go to one of the many DFW burger joints that are much better. Including but not limited to Maple and Motor, Angry Dog, Kennys, Kellers, Twisted Root, Ye Old Butcher shop etc... I would have to put the best ino burger at about 75th on the list at best.

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          RRM19 Apr 18, 2012 02:35 PM

          Thanks everyone for taking the time to reply! I guess an In N Out next door in Duncanville was just too much to ask for. I've eaten some extraordinary cheeseburgers in my time, and I don't know if In N Out will make that list, but I do want to try them. Thanks again!

          (I remember years ago when Mary and I were living in San Francisco, some Chinese officials were visiting, and wanted more than anything else to try an American cheeseburger (about which they had heard so much.) Their American hosts took them to a lot of joints in town, including The World's Best Burger. The one they liked the most? McDonald's.)

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            twinwillow Apr 18, 2012 04:27 PM

            RRM19- Don't be put off by what other people say! You owe it to yourself to try it and then form YOUR OWN OPINION.
            The experience and food is a heck of a lot better than McDonald's. I for one, would not take up the space here to start comparing INO to the so called, "upscale" hamburger palaces in Dallas but, you can at least make comparisons to Sonic, Burger King, McDonalds, and Whataburger. All of which I personally feel are inferior in quality. Whataburger has a staunchly loyal crowd and they're very close to INO in quality and taste. But, only if you order "Animal Style"! Do go and at least try it once.

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              RRM19 Apr 18, 2012 04:44 PM

              As I said, we are definitely going to try them. And we will order 'animal style,' Thanks for the tip!

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                randyjl Apr 21, 2012 04:36 PM

                Everyone should try them at least once for no other reason but to find out what all the fuss is about. You will then go back to your "real" favorite burger places. Sorry, just my opinion, INO'ers!

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          Eddiehaskell7 Jun 13, 2012 09:27 PM

          My motorcycle club can't even meet at IN N OUT because it's always too crowded. Nowhere to park the bikes. Always a line during peak hours. Just like in California.

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            AliceToo Jul 18, 2012 06:21 AM

            There is one in Lancaster/DeSoto....east side of 35 between Beltline and Pleasant Run.....

            1. twinwillow Jul 18, 2012 10:35 AM

              I pass the brand new INO on Central at Parker in East Plano often and It always appears empty.

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                Hasteur Jul 18, 2012 11:29 AM

                There's the initial "It's 'In N Out Burger'" craze where you see hour long lines just to get into the parking lot. Give it about 4 months and the craze for people to come in and try it.

                All things being equal, I'll take a Sonic or Wataburger without the "It's from California" hype.

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                  demigodh Jul 18, 2012 11:58 AM

                  I would have thought so too but the INO at 75 and Lovers always has long lines.

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                    Hasteur Jul 18, 2012 12:04 PM

                    That intersection and block is just abysmally constructed (Chic-fil-a, Chipotle, In n Out, Taco Bueno).

                    That location is somewhat alone compared to the others I'm thinking of (Frisco/Allen/Plano)

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                      demigodh Jul 18, 2012 01:34 PM

                      I agree, that intersection is brutal. I'd also take Whataburger over INO. One tip I'd offer for INO is a few "secret menu" options beyond animal style. Asking for Chopped Chili's will get you a some very good (and reasonably hot) chopped up sport peppers. Whole grilled onions is another great item they will add if you request it. In fact, just check this link.... By adding a bunch of secret menu items, you can make INO fairly good.

                      http://aht.seriouseats.com/archives/2...

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                        twinwillow Jul 18, 2012 04:03 PM

                        I've used that link before. It's very useful. But, I'm still just an "Animal Style" in and outer.

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