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In-N-Out Popped Up In London And Hundreds Of People Came

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It’s like that movie Field of Dreams. If you build it, they will come.

In-N-Out had a pop-up yesterday in London and hundreds of people showed up to get their hands on the iconic California burgers, according to Business Insider.

While In-N-Out’s manager of special foreign events didn’t say how many burgers were sold, customers had already started to line up at 8am to get their In-N-Out fix. The one-day pop began at 11am and lasted until 3pm.

Because of the massive line of people, wristbands were handed out as the event started so patrons could claim their burgers. Unsurprisingly, they sold out quickly, leaving some customers burger-less and wanting.

If the chain was trying to scope out a location to open an international spot, this might be a great place to sell burgers. Last year, In-N-Out also held a pop-up in Austrailia, which also yielded similar burger-loving results.

The devastation of waiting in line for hours to not get a Double Double really makes me appreciate living two blocks from an In-N-Out. Wanna take a guess what I’m grabbing for dinner?

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Here’s Why This Carl’s Jr. Had People Lining Out The Door For Hours

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We usually take the availability of major fast food locations for granted here in the United Staetes. A good perspective is when Carl’s Jr. opened its first-ever location in Japan. RocketNews 24 reports that the line went out the door of the popular fast food location.

Located in Tokyo’s Akihabara district, the Carl’s location had more than 70 people lining out the door for four hours just to get their hands on some burgers.

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Some of the more popular items were the various Thickburgers the chain is known for. This includes the Western, Hawaiian Teriyaki, Lettuce Wrap, Guacamole Bacon and the Mushroom Thickburger.

Kind of makes us want to visit our local Carl’s Jr. and just appreciate how empty it is.

Photos: Rocket News 24

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The 8 Longest In-N-Out Lines According to Google Maps

Dean Martin Road Las Vegas We’ve all known what it’s like to be stuck in that terrifying In-N-Out drive-thru line. Sometimes, it feels like it’ll never, ever end. However, eventually we get to that last window and those sloppy animal fries and juicy double double make it worth the wait. These iconic items that have garnered In-N-Out a devoted cult following, with fans willing to wait ages just to try their classic cheeseburgers to “secret” menu items like the Monkey Style burger. We here at Foodbeast were curious to find out just how long people were willing to wait and scoured Google Maps for the longest In-N-Out lines. Here’s what we found.

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Irvine, CA

Irvine Revised

4115 Campus Dr.

Irvine, CA 92612

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Redondo Beach, CA

Redondo Beach CA

3801 Inglewood Ave,

Redondo Beach, CA 90278

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Pinole, CA

Pinole CA_A

1417 Fitzgerald Dr

Pinole, CA 94564

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Daly City, CA

Daly City CA A

260 Washington St

Daly City, CA 94015

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Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Dean Martin NV

4888 Dean Martin Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89103

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Dallas, TX

Dallas TX A

7940 N. Central Expressway

Dallas, TX 75206

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Pasadena, CA

Pasadena

2114 East Foothill Boulevard

Pasadena, CA 91107

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Auburn, CA

Auburn, CA

130 Grass Valley Highway

Auburn, CA 95603

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Pointed out by our Foodbeasts

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Los Angeles, CA

Venice Blvd

9245 Venice Blvd

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Glendale, CA

Glendale

310 Harvey Drive

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Huntington Beach, CA

Huntington Beach

18062 Beach Boulevard

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It’s well known in California that the location in Barstow is often the busiest one, with traffic coming in and out (heh, get it?) of Las Vegas. However, it looks like Google Maps caught them on a slow day. While these are only a few noteworthy ones we’ve found, there’s probably tons more out there that have drive-thru lines for miles. If you think your local In-N-Out should make the list, sound off in the comments.