Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by paperposter, Jan 11, 2017.
Thanks for the update. Are you in Vegas now? Long lines at In & Out?
An article dated Jan. 4 in "Eater Las Vegas" said it would be open "before the end of January" so I expected at least a couple more weeks before they opened...
yesss!! 3 weeks until i spend half my trip waiting on line for burgers(animal style makes it worth it)
i live in vegas and no i dont eat that crap sorry
Weird hours though.....
By Marc Meltzer at FrontDeskTip
In N Out Burger On The Vegas Strip Opened Today At The Linq
why are the hours wierd, the linq is dead late at nite there. ive been at the linq at 2 am and were the only ones there. the linq is doing terrible bussiness. especialy having a problem getting people to go all the way down to by in and out is.
sprinkles does good at nite for dessert, brooklyn bowl is a gohst town ,and tons off closings and turn overs
Woo-hoo! Glad to hear it's open in time for my trip
That's pretty standard hours for In-N-Out.
What are the prices?
Double-double is 8.30 +tax
Including fries and medium drink of course
The article said theres a slight premium for it being on strip. Prices listed still did look reasonable (unlike the $11 footlongs at the Subway in Casino Royale).
I'm curious what the prices are for these items from the article at regular LAS locations, for example at the one on Sahara:
(Quoted from article listed above)
Menu highlights and Prices
Double-Double – $4.35, meal $8.30
Cheeseburger – $3.15
Shakes – $2.45
As you’d expect, there’s a bit of a premium for the Vegas Strip location but this isn’t outlandish
Can't wait to try the new location on my next trip.
I want to say the price for a Double-Double is $3.60 @ the Sahara (and Trop) location. I probably have a receipt from 2 weeks where I can check, but I'm 95% confident it was $3.60 and not $3.80 for a double double. So just a $.75 markup which isn't bad at all.
I spend very little time on the strip, and will likely spend less now that I have to pay for parking, so it's highly unlikely I will line up for a double-double at the Linq.
I have been to the Linq area a few times the past few years thanks to the High Roller. During the day there seem to be plenty of people all about the area. If it's having a hard time drawing people, I haven't seen it. But if it is, In & Out will help the cause significantly, I suspect.
The prices don't seem outrageous, but I can't say how they compare elsewhere. I never pay attention to the price when I order.
I visit once every trip since I can't get their burgers here in Minnesota, and since I have a vehicle I don't have to put up with the In & Out zoo right off the freeway exit. That's unlikely to change with the addition of a location on the strip. Too bad it wasn't there 15 years ago.
I just assumed lots of people would be looking for drunk-food after 1:30 am...but maybe not.
I visited the brand new In-N-Out tonight 01.12.2017!
It looks very clean and nice.
Here's a link to pics and videos including current prices at the In-n-Out @ LINQ Promenade as of 01.12.2017!
In n Out is okay. I don't get why east-coasters go crazy for this place. Animal Style is Thousand Island + onions. Yum.
The only thing even more mind boggling to me is the demand for White Castle. Unless you're 20 something that has the munchies, I suggest you pass.
And Taco Bell...why, just why??? (my bf and son go crazy for that place).
I have to say, of the three places,I would take In/Out all day.
I wish they would open and I-N-O on Fremont Street, 24 hours of course. I can eat White Castle at home, and taco bell is just plain gross.
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