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In-N-Out Burger Is Coming To Metro Vancouver For One Day Only This Weekend

Because we love burgers and fries 🍔🍟

It's not often that we get a taste of the good stuff, but once again this year we'll get our shot at tasting In-N-Out burgers in Vancouver! The Langley Good Times Cruise-In and Car Show is an annual fundraiser that brings together retro car-lovers and burger-lovers alike. The In-N-Out Burger truck will be slinging California's famous burgers and fries for one day only this Saturday and you don't want to miss out.

Last year, there were 1000 of In-N-Out's giant 3x3 burgers available to those burger-lovers who braved the long line-up. The wait can be up to two hours to get your hands on these burgers. Still, that beats driving 20 hours drive from Vancouver to Southern California just to get a taste of their iconic burgers and shakes.

In-N-Out Burger has been around in California for over 70 years and it's easily the most famous burger joint in the state. Part of what makes their burgers so covetable is that they're simple.

The In-N-Out pop-up will take place in Langley, B.C. in the Greater Vancouver Area. If you're a lover of burgers and fries, you've got to check this out. Make sure to get there very early, since they tend to sell out quickly and lines up will stretch on for hours.

You can expect to get a taste of their iconic burgers, fries and sip on some refreshing drinks. Sorry, but there won't be any shakes available at the pop-up. 

Anyone who loves the taste of In-N-Out burger or who's curious to try it for themselves has to check out this car show and fundraiser close to Vancouver! It's your only chance to get their burgers north of the border.

Langley Good Times Cruise-In

Price: Free admission

When: Saturday, Sept. 7 starting at 8 a.m.

Address: On Fraser Highway from 264th St. to 272nd St., Langley

Why you need to go: Get a taste of California at this In-N-Out Burger pop-up!


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