Taste Testing Midtown Row's Shipped In-N-Out

A journalist tries out the burger sent from California to New Jersey
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The Frozen Burger

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The Frozen Burger

Plenty of burger fans were excited when they learned of Midtown Row's In-N-Out deal, where they ship two In-N-Out Double-Doubles overnight for $56. But getting the real In-N-Out here on the East Coast seemed a little too good to be true.

Sports journalist Darren Rovell at CNBC tested the system. Rovell ordered two burgers, reheated them, thawed the sauce, and took a bite. "In-N-Out insists on using the freshest ingredients that are never frozen. I get it now. It didn't have the same taste. Assuming the perfect In-N-Out burger was a 10, I gave this a 6," he writes. At least it came with a hat?

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