In-N-Out Burger held a pop-up in Australia
People were lining up down the street for the California-style burgers
The famous California fast-food chain, In-N-Out Burger, is a sacred West Coast attraction. Hamburger lovers travel far and wide to get a taste of the creamy milkshakes and double-stacked burgers. However, the chain spread the secret sauce love a little further this week, as they opened a pop-up at a bar in Melbourne, Australia.
Located at the local bar called Lover 3181, the pop-up served all of the California favorites all the way down to the distinctive packaging. The burger is served in the double-double fashion with the option of animal style, where mustard is fried onto the patty, with some pickles, grilled onions, and extra special sauce on top. Or customers could opt for the bunless protein style where the burger is wrapped in lettuce. Rather than the signature french fries, however, they served chips.
The pop-up was set to be open from 11 am to 3 pm, but they were sold out of stock not long past noon. The favorite West Coast burgers remain a coveted treat.