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(Adrian Daily Telegram)   Unlike "In-N-Out", Subby had never heard of "Doll n' Burgers" before   (lenconnect.com) divider line
    More: Awkward, Hamburger, Doll n' Burgers, popular fast-food burger chain, Fast food restaurant, N-Out Burgers, Chain store, In-N-Out Burger, Fast food  
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2021-11-30 3:13:36 PM  
Mooby's is calling their lawyers now.
 
2021-11-30 4:42:26 PM  
That palm tree tile seems pretty damning. Did they open in an old In-n-out?

They also look exactly like 5 Guys. Maybe all mid-tier burger chains just look the same.
 
2021-11-30 4:47:30 PM  

chaotoroboto: That palm tree tile seems pretty damning. Did they open in an old In-n-out?

They also look exactly like 5 Guys. Maybe all mid-tier burger chains just look the same.



The picture with the palm tree tile is an In-n-Out...
 
2021-11-30 5:03:54 PM  
White exterior with a red awning and some yellow thrown into the mix... I don't think you can actually trademark that.
 
2021-11-30 5:34:11 PM  

electricjebus: White exterior with a red awning and some yellow thrown into the mix... I don't think you can actually trademark that.


Their store has no yellow in the design.

chaotoroboto: That palm tree tile seems pretty damning. Did they open in an old In-n-out?

They also look exactly like 5 Guys. Maybe all mid-tier burger chains just look the same.


If In-n-Out would move out here, but this is Michigan. Honestly, their store has more in common with 5 Guys, and that chain, which is here, isn't freaking out.
 
2021-11-30 6:01:55 PM  

robv83: chaotoroboto: That palm tree tile seems pretty damning. Did they open in an old In-n-out?

They also look exactly like 5 Guys. Maybe all mid-tier burger chains just look the same.


The picture with the palm tree tile is an In-n-Out...


Okay then, I'm convinced this is meritless legal bullying to try and shut down a not-particularly-even-important competitor. They look as little alike as they possibly could within the constraints of "mid tier burger chain in the early 20's".

I think Cook Out & Mooyah have better claims against Doll-n than In-n-Out.
 
2021-11-30 6:06:16 PM  
Also, on a side note I'd trust a burger Detroit was proud of way more than one California was. My sister lives in LA, I've been to In N out a few times, it's not a bad burger or anything it's just nothing to brag about, it's on par with Steak N Shake.... I've traveled a lot in my life, Midwesterners know more about burgers than Californians do.

I'm not trying to knock Californian cuisine here, the food in California is overall pretty damn good, it just tends to be Mexican or Chinese and the wine is amazing.  When it comes to beer, brats and burgers... nobody's got the Midwest beat.  For fried foods go South-East and for Italian food and seafood in America go North-East or North-west.

Back to the point though... In-N-Out isn't an amazing burger.  It's basically the one decent burger you can get out West and they think it's great, the fools don't know anything.
 
2021-11-30 6:18:36 PM  

electricjebus: Also, on a side note I'd trust a burger Detroit was proud of way more than one California was. My sister lives in LA, I've been to In N out a few times, it's not a bad burger or anything it's just nothing to brag about, it's on par with Steak N Shake.... I've traveled a lot in my life, Midwesterners know more about burgers than Californians do.

I'm not trying to knock Californian cuisine here, the food in California is overall pretty damn good, it just tends to be Mexican or Chinese and the wine is amazing.  When it comes to beer, brats and burgers... nobody's got the Midwest beat.  For fried foods go South-East and for Italian food and seafood in America go North-East or North-west.

Back to the point though... In-N-Out isn't an amazing burger.  It's basically the one decent burger you can get out West and they think it's great, the fools don't know anything.


In-N-Out has a couple things going for it... fresh ingredients, and more importantly, the "secret menu", because... if you aren't ordering items from the secret menu, you are definitely missing out on the experience.

While their politics are horrible, In-N-Out also has a location right on the Las Vegas strip, and the prices aren't jacked up like everything else there.
 
2021-11-30 8:07:48 PM  
I agree is looks more like a 5 Guys- or a late 90's red/white McDonald's refresh to their old "brown pizza hut" buildings
 
2021-11-30 8:32:15 PM  
"Eh, In-n-Out should lay off, that building doesn't really copy much."

*sees interior photo with employee uniforms, menu, layout, etc*

"Yeah, that place is farked & In-n-Out's about to eat their lunch."
 
2021-11-30 9:31:28 PM  

chaotoroboto: That palm tree tile seems pretty damning. Did they open in an old In-n-out?

They also look exactly like 5 Guys. Maybe all mid-tier burger chains just look the same.


The photo that has the palm-tree tiles are of actual In-N-Out restaurants.  Doll n' Burgers photos show no such tile, as far as I can see.

The photos do a good job of showing that the two places are quite different.
 
2021-12-01 6:46:58 AM  
In-n-Out : We're never expanding east.

Chicago : Fine we'll make our own.

In-n-Out : Wait! you can't do that!
 
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