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The first In-N-Outs had a common design, placing the kitchen "stand" between two lanes of cars. The "front" lane is nearest the street and the "back" lane away from the street. This location design is known as a double drive-thru. A metal awning provides shade for several tables for customers desiring to park and eat, but there is no indoor dining. A walk-up window faces the parking area. These restaurants store food and supplies in a separate building, and it is not uncommon for a driver to be asked to wait a moment while employees carry supplies to the kitchen across the rear lane.
Like other fast-food chains, In-N-Out uses roadside billboards that attract customers to the nearest location. Billboard ads display an image of the trademarked Double-Double burger. The chain uses short radio commercials, often limited to the song "In-N-Out, In-N-Out. That's what a hamburger's all about." Less common television commercials feature the hamburger's visual appeal. In-N-Out seldom uses celebrities in ads, although John Cleese and John Goodman have voiced radio spots. In the past, the Snyders also sponsored Christmas music programming with voice-overs expressing the meaning of the holiday. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
There are, however, additional named items not on the menu, but available at every In-N-Out. These variations reside on the chain's "secret menu", though the menu is accessible on the company's website. These variations include 3×3 (which has three patties and three slices of cheese), 4×4 (four patties and four slices of cheese), Neapolitan shakes, grilled cheese sandwich (consists of the same ingredients as the burgers except the meat, plus two slices of melted cheese), Protein Style (wrap with lettuce; consists of the same ingredients as the burgers except buns), and Animal Style (cooked in a thin layer of mustard, adding condiments including pickles, grilled onions, and extra spread). Animal Style fries come with two slices of melted cheese, spread, and grilled onions on top. Whole or sliced chili peppers are also available by request.
Today's typical location has an interior layout that includes a customer service counter with registers in front of a kitchen and food preparation area. There are separate storage areas for paper goods (napkins, bags, etc.) and "dry" food goods (potatoes, buns, etc.), as well as a walk-in refrigerator for perishable goods (lettuce, cheese, spread, etc.), and a dedicated meat refrigerator for burger patties. The customer area includes an indoor dining room with a combination of booths, tables, and bar-style seating. Outside seating is usually available as well, with tables and benches. Most newer restaurants contain a one-lane drive-through. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)
In the old days, you could get a 100×100 burger!!! (That’s 100 beef patties and 100 slices of cheese, but this was removed from offer because of… pfft… public outcry over health. It’s a SECRET MENU OPTION! It’s not being advertised to children’s faces… What’s the big deal?) Anyway, soapbox aside, you’re limited to 4×4 as the maximum now, but you can have it in any arrangement you want: 4×3, 3×3, 3×4, 4×1, 2×1, 1×4 (that last one is ONE beefy patty, smothered in FOUR cheese slices… Mmmmm) or any way you want it, as long as the max patties/slices are 4.
So take it from me, the listed menu above is NOT accurate to what’s actually on offer at any given In-N-Out. The prices may be right, but the full list is missing. It’s “secret” in name only. Most patrons know all about the menu, and they know how to order what they want all the time, and the registers are designed with these so-called “secret” orders so there’s no difficulty in recording the order. Walk-in asking for a 4×3 with ketchup instead of the house sauce and grilled whole slice onions with mustard grilled patties and a side order of animal fries, and they know exactly what you want. By the way, that order is DELICIOUS! Try it out some time! =D (Source: www.fastfoodmenuprices.com)