In-N-Out Coming to Dallas Proper "This Month"

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Jonas M. Luster
The Dallas Morning News' Leslie Brenner reported this week that the long-awaited In-N-Out Burgers near Frisco and Allen, the California chain's first foray into the DFW area, is set to open next week. But what about those of us who consider Frisco a bit too near the edge of civilization (i.e. close to Oklahoma) to make the trek? When, oh when, will the Dallas Central Expressway location open?

Answer: Later this month, we are being told by folks at the company's Tracy, California, headquarters.

This means fewer than 30 days until Double-Double burgers and "animal style" fries. And to tide you over, here is our unofficial recipe for animal style sauce. Do try this at home, kids.

3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 tablespoon ketchup
2 teaspoons pickle relish
1/2 teaspoon vinegar
1/2 teaspoon sugar

Combine and spread, makes up to two happy diners.

No word yet on other DFW In-N-Out locations.

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sdflyer
sdflyer

Now for the facts: Its not 'animal style sauce'.... the dressing similar to thousand island dressing is called "spread" in In-n-Out terminology. The In-n-Out animal style burger has the patty cooked in mustard and topped with the normal toppings (including 'spread') plus grilled onions.

Frankiedude123
Frankiedude123

U are wrong. Animal style is a sauce and the cooking in mustard. The sauce is not used in normal burgers. U can also get animal style frys which are covered in the sauce & not cooked in mustard. When I worked at In-N-Out on Rengstorff that was what they told us. Also there was a accident every day on the stop sign at onramp lol.

Paulmcandew
Paulmcandew

Sorry, but In n Out's HQ is not in Tracy, CA (Northern CA) but rather in Irvine, CA. In-N-Out Burgers Corporate Office 4199 Campus Drive, 9th Floor Irvine, CA 92612

Jonas M Luster
Jonas M Luster

You are absolutely correct. I should have, actually, known this, being I literally worked across the street from them for a while. My only excuse is ... errm, scratch that, I have none.

twinwillow
twinwillow

You got that right! I always keep a (home made) supply in my fridge at all times for my burgers at home. Also good with a little hickory smoke in it for a "hickory burger".

Fredderosa
Fredderosa

I 've had animal-style sauce before, when it was called Thousand Island dressing.

Jonas M Luster
Jonas M Luster

Their only change is the ratio. It's closer to the Salt Lake City native "fry sauce" than 1kI dressing in taste, other than that, yes, you're right. Same with the BigMac's "secret sauce" :)

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