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The 8 longest In-N-Out Lines, according to Google Maps (Foodbeast)

According to Foodbeast, here are the 8 longest In-N-Out lines. (They actually listed 11 locations.)

1. Irvine, CA – 4115 Campus Dr


2. Redondo Beach, CA –  3801 Inglewood Ave


3. Pinole, CA – 1417 Fitzgerald Dr


4. Daly City, CA – 260 Washington St


5. Las Vegas NV – 4888 Dean Martin Drive


6. NV Dallas, TX – 7940 N. Central Expressway


7. Pasadena, CA – 2114 East Foothill Boulevard


8. Auburn, CA – 130 Grass Valley Highway


9. Los Angeles, CA – 9245 Venice Blvd


10. Glendale, CA – 310 Harvey Drive


11. Huntington Beach, CA – 18062 Beach Boulevard


See text and pictures at


Ranking In-N-Out’s Based on Their Lines (in LA)

According to, here are the 10 longest In-N-Out lines in Las Angeles.

1. Manhattan Beach – 3801 Inglewood Ave
Estimated wait time: 40 minutes / Blocking traffic?: Yes

2. Westwood – 922 Gayley Ave
Estimated Wait Time: 33 minutes / Blocking Traffic?: Yes

3. Torrance– 20150 Hawthorne Blvd
Estimated wait time: 30 minutes

4. Culver City – Venice Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 25 minutes

5. Huntington Park – 6000 Pacific Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 23 minutes

6. Studio City – 3640 Cahuenga Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 20 minutes

7. Hollywood – 7009 Sunset Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 20 minutes

8. Santa Monica – 13425 W Washington Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 12 minutes

9. Inglewood – 3411 W Century Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 10 minutes

10. LAX – 9419 S Sepulveda Blvd.
Estimated wait time: 10 minutes


See article at


In-N-Out not living up to its name
(LA Times Article)

March 13, 2008 | Bob Pool | Times Staff Writer


Their beef isn't with the burger.


Merchants near some Southern California In-N-Out Burger restaurants say their gripe is with growing traffic jams at drive-through lanes that are keeping customers from getting in and out of their stores.


Long lines of idling cars whose occupants are waiting for made-to-order double-doubles, fries and chocolate shakes sometimes spill into streets and block driveways and alleys, according to owners of adjacent businesses.


The traffic crunch has sent executives of the Irvine-based chain on a crash program to open new outlets to relieve pressure on existing In-N-Outs. The chain is also expanding its corps of young red-apron-clad workers with hand-held terminals outside to speed up drive-through lines.


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Updated January 11, 2018 | Website Administrator – Charles Drew