In-N-Out Burger is coming to Metro Vancouver for one day only this September!

In-N-Out burger in Metro Vancouver

Craving a classic burger from the beloved In-N-Out chain, but not able to make it down to the USA? The American burger chain will be in Metro Vancouver for one day only to bring you their big, juicy burgers to you.

On September 7, 2019, In-N-Out will be in the Vancouver area to dish out their famous burgers to show support at the Langley Good Times Cruise-In Society, a fundraising event that supports local charities.

The Langley Good Times Cruise-In was started in 1997 with a small group of 430 vehicles. These days, the “Cruise-In” has become one of the largest mixed car shows in Canada and one of the Top 10 in North America. The event is quickly gaining an international reputation, drawing cars and spectators from across North America.

Not to mention the In-N-Out burger cart, which is rarely found anywhere outside of the United States.

It’s advised to get there early, as the line for burgers is likely going to be a long one! This year, you’ll be able to order an In-N-Out burger, fries and pop for $10.00. There will be a limit of 4 orders per person.

In-N-Out burger in Metro Vancouver

The Good Times Cruise-In is taking place on Saturday, Sept. 7 in downtown Aldergrove on Fraser Highway from 264th to 272nd Street. This is about an hour from Downtown Vancouver on Highway One. (Why not use it as a pitstop to visit the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival!)

The In-N-Out burger truck will be stationed in front of Re/Max Aldercentre Realty at 26641 Fraser Highway.

More information is available on the Facebook event page.

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4 Responses to In-N-Out Burger is coming to Metro Vancouver for one day only this September!

  1. Having eaten their burgers 🍔 fries 🍟 and milkshakes in my USA 🇺🇸 travels their burgers 🍔 aren’t all that terrific. Too greasy and not all what they are made up to be. IMHO Wendy”s and Burger 🍔 King 👑 are far better burgers!

  2. Not all that great. Thinner Patty than a mcd’s hamburger, not juicy. Thousand island dressing. Not worth the line up

  3. FIVE guys is better by far! N & OUT , sloppy burnt burgers and curly fries that are out of a frozen bag no doubt

  4. I wonder how they transport their meat from USA to Canada when theiir concept is fresh, local meat? Regardless, excited for them to find a permanent location in Vancouver down the line.