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That's a no from me, dawg.
Better off just going to in-n-out and buying a cheap record with the money saved.
Shake Shack is awesome though. One of my favorite burgers. My wife and I have been to the one in Vegas, one in Japan, one at Coachella this year ... And we used to go to the ones in SoCal all the time when we lived there
Yes, great idea. I'd ditch work in a heartbeat for a Jack in The Box closer than an eight hour drive.
@HiFi Guy when we lived in Long Beach, we had no less than five Jack In The Box restaurants within a 5-10 minute drive of us
Idk I have In-n-Out over shake shack. Hell I think I have five guys over shake shack when you put price and quality into the review. But Whataburger is last. Sorry Texas, it's over hyped.
@bohnjaggs We have decided to drive 16 hours round trip to SC over our vacation. Destination? Jack In The Box. My wife has never had it.
@bdm105 I know I'm in the minority but I get the love for In N Out... One of my least favorite burgers overall. Thin patties, not a lot of flavor (for me anyway)... Although I do like it more than Five Guys which is totally overpriced for what you get
I'll get 10 tacos with hot sauce on every other one. Then we'll head for a hotel for the gastrointestinal distress that will surely follow. It's worth it and she has been warned.
@HiFi Guy we have two Jack In The Boxes nearby here in Alameda ... Their "Buttery Jack" might be my favorite of the fast food burgers
@bohnjaggs I'm older than you. I have no knowledge of a Buttery Jack. I remember Jumbo Jacks, Bonus Jacks and Jack Steaks. And they had killer lemon pies- and I don't like lemons. I haven't been to a Jack's in 15?? years?
No lemon pies anymore. The Bonus Jack sometimes shows up as a limited time item. Never heard of Jack steaks.
Yep. SS>in and out. Save room for their ice cream too. Their concretes are solid!
I just found out that the food is free tomorrow so that's even better