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December 10, 2019

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just another burgerking or mcdonalds! nothing to see here!

No, there is a huge difference...fresh. Fresh hamburger, hand-cut french fries, quality produce, and the best part is that they take care of their employees.

I never thought that In-N-Out would ever get this close to Portland. They should build a distribution center in the Portland are and be able to serve the Interstate 5 corridor from Canada to the Oregon / California boarder.

Burger King is NOTHING like YuckDonalds, the food at BK is actually edible. And I am still waiting for In-N-Out to get closer, no way can I get to even Keizer,; also waiting for Five Guys, Whataburger, and the others back east to hit us. White Castle and the original sliders, anyone? Im with Team CHuck.

none of these can beat a killer burger!

Jann, there are several Five Guys in the Portland area, probably the closest to you (if you live in NE Portland, as it seems you do) are the two in Vancouver...one on Mill Plain and the other in Hazel Dell.

White Castle, you're going to have a long wait for. The White Castle chain, I believe is privately/family held. They're in 13 mid-western states and that seems to be where they want to be. They don't grow much, if ever. Here's a CNBC report on White Castle that may answer some of your questions:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw84i5Pm9YA

Team Chuck, In 'n' Out has a slavish commitment to fresh food. There is about a 500-mile radius around distribution centers to get out the same day baked buns for starters. There are no freezers in the stores. The company only opens around five new stores annually, so Keizer -- at the very edge of one of the 500-mile circles -- is about as far north as it's going to get for a while.

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