In-N-Out Burger is one of America’s most popular burger chains, with all of its locations concentrated west of the Mississippi. It’s a thing of cultish devotion, admired for the quality of its offerings, its limited menu (and not-so-secret secret menu), and the fact that it never really changes. But we have one question: What time does it start serving lunch?
Because In-N-Out is committed to changing its menu as infrequently as possible, and rarely, if ever, adds items to it, the chain doesn’t serve breakfast and probably never will. That means that it opens considerably later than the chains that do serve breakfast. And because all locations are company-owned as opposed to franchised, the opening and closing hours are standardized across the board: Every location starts serving lunch at 10:30 a.m. and closes for the night at 1 a.m. on the dot.