For the fast food restaurant with a cult following, it is there 249 location. But that didn't stop people from lining up for over two hours to get a taste of animal style burgers and fries.
Bite Club Eats was on hand to talk to In-N-Out diehards, some of whom who were willing to camp outside of the fast food joint for food. But In-N-Out wouldn't allow it.
Nick Schulz of Santa Rosa who was the first person to go through the drive through window and he got a T-shirt commemorating the event.
“I’ve been going for years, and I can tell you this is the best hamburger under $5 in the world,” he told Bite Club Eats.
More than 3,000 people applied to work at the restaurant and only 42 were hired. The popularity is a far cry from a few but vocal residents who were not happy about a drive thru restaurant opening in their city.
The new In N Out is located at 2131 County Center Dr. in Santa Rosa. And just in case you're curios, the menu -- even the secret one -- is the exact same at the other 248 locations.