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An In-N-Out Manager Reveals The Chain's Secrets

Did you know an In-N-Out manager can earn up to $350,000 a year? Or that each location has a secret secret menu that no one can order but the employees? These are just a few of the fascinating things you can learn from this Thrillist article revealing secrets about the chain from a manager. In case you're wondering, he suggests that the best burger you can order at the restaurant is the double-single, two burger patties, one slice of cheese, chopped chilies, chopped onions, and one tomato slice. The bun gets a spiral of mustard and a squeeze of lemon juice.


It's worth mentioning that in another Thrillist article, they make a pretty compelling argument that being a manager at In-N-Out is better than being a lawyer. They have some good points, you can make similar money, you don't need to pay for college and In-N-Out not only offers killer benefits but also sends managers and their spouses on vacations to international destinations every year.

Even if you don't want to work at In-N-Out, you can still learn the inside secrets in this Thrillist article.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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That actually doesn't sound unreasonable at all. Most In-n-Outs are small operations, but I've seen some large ones. Where property prices are high, they are fewer and further between, and occupancy is much higher. No doubt the managers are in charge of far more people, demand is high, and cost of living in those areas makes $50,000/yr basically minimum wage. Seems likely that manager making over $300k is probably somewhere very expensive and densely populated.
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