Editorial

REVIEW: In-N-Out Is Wildly Overrated And Not Nearly As Good As Culver’s

David Hookstead In-N-Out Review (Credit: David Hookstead)

David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

My friends, I finally had In-N-Out, and it was awful.

Everybody told me that I had to try the burger joint. It was all anybody from California told me. They made it sound like it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

While in Las Vegas, I stopped in to the burger restaurant, and I couldn’t have been more disappointed. I grew up with Culver’s. I grew up with the best burgers money can buy.

That’s the standard I’m used to. That’s what I had been led to believe In-N-Out was all about. It was not. It was average at best.

I think there’s a very real argument to be made that it wasn’t even average. It was subpar. It was not great at all.

Despite the fact I was starving, the burger didn’t do anything for me. If anything, it only reminded me how much better Culver’s is than the rest of the world.

 

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For those of you who haven’t already seen my realtime review as I was eating, you can watch it below. I think it’ll be very obvious to you all that I wasn’t impressed.

I’ve had a good run in my life lately, but eating In-N-Out was a definite turn in the wrong direction. Next time somebody tells me to eat anything other than Culver’s, I’m saying no.

Never again, my friends. Never again will I make the mistake of eating In-N-Out. Culver’s for the rest of the ride!

 

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