In-N-Out coming to Monrovia

Monrovians craving a Double-Double will no longer have to travel miles out of town to get it. Full Story
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Concern Citizen

United States

#21 Jun 12, 2010
"That's what a hamburger is all about"!
give me back my freedom

Monrovia, CA

#22 Jun 12, 2010
Withyou wrote:
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I'm with you BurgerLover... The Arcadia one is all of 2 miles away from any point in Monrovia..
Are you walking
give me back my freedom

Monrovia, CA

#23 Jun 12, 2010
Its all going to kill us and makes you guys fat
Do not need it anyway

Norwalk, CA

#24 Jun 12, 2010
Tholo wrote:
I refuse to patronize a place whose business model relies on disrupting traffic. I don't care if they claim the Monrovia site won't "affect the street". Clean up all those other safety hazards first!
You probably don't need the burger anyway lard@$$
Answer

Azusa, CA

#25 Jun 12, 2010
Sonics rocks wrote:
<quoted text> You can get a soda at Mc donalds sounds kind of clueless to wait in a 2 hour line for a coke, whats so special about getting it at In n out? Sonics shakes and slushes are better and their fries dont get soggy after five minutes.
Maybe if you actually ever visited an In-n-out (instead of just PRETENDING to), you'd know what made it "so special."

The burgers at In-n-out are light years better than Sonic's. LIGHT YEARS BETTER. In-n-out's genuinely fresh-cut fries are a matter of preference. They don't "get soggy." They can be cooked to where they are crispy, or they can be cooked until they're just crisped on the outside, and are overall a little flexible (which is actually the way I prefer them). That's what happens to a fresh-cut potato. People who actually eat at an In-n-out know this.

In-n-out's shakes have what is truly an authentic, old-school milkshake taste and consistency than Sonic's do not... but are Sonic's slushes really better than In-n-out's, as you said? I don't think anyone could really know, since In-n-out DOESN'T SERVE ANYTHING LIKE THAT. Of course, AGAIN, someone who has actually been to an In-n-out would know that.

The whole "two-hour wait at In-n-out" thing is what gave you away. I've never had an untennably long wait at In-n-out burger (though I did have to wait 40-minutes at Sonic... with at best what I'd call "average" food as the pay-off).

But your "two-hour wait" comment is the kind of thing an uninformed, blindly loyal thing says about a place they are sort of jealous of... a passive, freudian acknowledgement that the place they're criticizing actually IS superior to the place they're campaigning for.
Answer

Azusa, CA

#26 Jun 12, 2010
Do not need it anyway wrote:
<quoted text> You probably don't need the burger anyway lard@$$
So true (fellow Azusan!). But you know, no site attracts complainers more than this one. They're just not sure if it's the fast food, or that stressful groaning over everything, that really causes all those ulcers and acid-reflux!
Sonics rocks

Rowland Heights, CA

#27 Jun 12, 2010
Answer wrote:
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Maybe if you actually ever visited an In-n-out (instead of just PRETENDING to), you'd know what made it "so special."
The burgers at In-n-out are light years better than Sonic's. LIGHT YEARS BETTER. In-n-out's genuinely fresh-cut fries are a matter of preference. They don't "get soggy." They can be cooked to where they are crispy, or they can be cooked until they're just crisped on the outside, and are overall a little flexible (which is actually the way I prefer them). That's what happens to a fresh-cut potato. People who actually eat at an In-n-out know this.
In-n-out's shakes have what is truly an authentic, old-school milkshake taste and consistency than Sonic's do not... but are Sonic's slushes really better than In-n-out's, as you said? I don't think anyone could really know, since In-n-out DOESN'T SERVE ANYTHING LIKE THAT. Of course, AGAIN, someone who has actually been to an In-n-out would know that.
The whole "two-hour wait at In-n-out" thing is what gave you away. I've never had an untennably long wait at In-n-out burger (though I did have to wait 40-minutes at Sonic... with at best what I'd call "average" food as the pay-off).
But your "two-hour wait" comment is the kind of thing an uninformed, blindly loyal thing says about a place they are sort of jealous of... a passive, freudian acknowledgement that the place they're criticizing actually IS superior to the place they're campaigning for.
No long wait?! there is no slower In n out on earth then the Azusa In n out and you can count the amount of parking spots with one hand. I never said Sonics had better burgers you are putting words in my mouth. And In n out has great fries if you eat them quick because they do get soggy. Sonics also uses real Ice cream for its shakes but its not half melted like In n outs, In n outs is like half shake half cup of milk. And by the way I eat at In n out twice a week so that was a childish comeback.
Answer

Azusa, CA

#28 Jun 12, 2010
I've never had to wait for my food more than maybe 15 minutes at In-n-out in Azusa... which I've gone to FOREVER... There have been maybe 5 times in my life that I've decided to skip it because the drive-thru was backed to the street (but just barely).

You seemed extremely uninformed and inaccurate ("better slushies?") in your previous comments about In-n-out. I mean, unless you're going to admit that you were exaggerating in a VERY EXTREME way when you claimed they have "2 hour waits" for service there.

So let's say I was incorrect by suggesting that you don't patronize them. What about that would be "childish," as you put it? Or were you just picking any random adjective?
Answer

Azusa, CA

#29 Jun 12, 2010
And as Sharp Shooter tried to tell you (but evidently you are not getting): You are comparing apples to oranges, anyway.
fred flintstone

Fullerton, CA

#30 Jun 13, 2010
Laterz wrote:
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Vegetarian my @$$.
The reason they're popular is, because of the hype. You're all lemmings.
Youve gots to be a DUMBOCRAT.
they Don't Need Your Business anyway. Real People will wait for there Burgers.
OH thats right YOUR NOT POPULAR
TFB
fred flintstone

Fullerton, CA

#31 Jun 13, 2010
Sonics rocks wrote:
<quoted text> No long wait?! there is no slower In n out on earth then the Azusa In n out and you can count the amount of parking spots with one hand. I never said Sonics had better burgers you are putting words in my mouth. And In n out has great fries if you eat them quick because they do get soggy. Sonics also uses real Ice cream for its shakes but its not half melted like In n outs, In n outs is like half shake half cup of milk. And by the way I eat at In n out twice a week so that was a childish comeback.
Wheres a SONIC i haven't seen one ???? R they in Kalifornia
imatrashpicker

United States

#32 Jun 26, 2010
Burger Eater wrote:
The traffic on Mountain between Huntington Dr. and Duarte Rd already sucks ! Especially north bound traffic between Home Depot, Wal-Mart to Huntington Dr.
Positive note: In and OUT has an excellent health Code record. It is believed that's because In and Out doesn't employ illegal aliens or stupid teenagers who can't master the English language or make change with out a computerized cash register. It's also a good feeling to know that In and Out employees wash their hands after using the restroom. To bad the other fast food restaurants and most restaurants in general can't make the same claim. Why do some ethnic groups fear soap and water ?
but yeah u keep eating in this places lol
Proud Gem Cityite

West Covina, CA

#33 Oct 31, 2011
Yes, Arcadia isn't all that far from most parts of Monrovia but I can't tell you how many times I've been followed back to Monrovia by scumbag Arcadia cops. I don't like having to take a damn driving test just to get a hamburger! When our new In-N-Out opens, the 'good' people of Arcadia will get just what they deserve from us...NOTHING! Maybe this will send a message to Arcadia and other cities that consider themselves private clubs--you don't have to welcome outsiders but you don't get their tax dollars either. Probably not a good budgetary move in these tough times.
Joe

Los Angeles, CA

#34 Nov 4, 2011
who cares
to Burger Eater

Woodland Hills, CA

#35 May 12, 2013
Burger Eater wrote:
The traffic on Mountain between Huntington Dr. and Duarte Rd already sucks ! Especially north bound traffic between Home Depot, Wal-Mart to Huntington Dr.
Positive note: In and OUT has an excellent health Code record. It is believed that's because In and Out doesn't employ illegal aliens or stupid teenagers who can't master the English language or make change with out a computerized cash register. It's also a good feeling to know that In and Out employees wash their hands after using the restroom. To bad the other fast food restaurants and most restaurants in general can't make the same claim. Why do some ethnic groups fear soap and water ?

Yeah, You must be talking about your people, whoever they may be, because that is all you can be sure about. Right?

Since: May 13

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#36 May 18, 2013
I love In and Out.

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