Here’s where you can get an In-N-Out burger in Metro Vancouver for one day only

It’s a special day for Metro Vancouverites who love SoCal’s classic In-N-Out Burger and classic cars. The U.S. chain will once again be slinging burgers for the masses in what is their only Vancouver-area appearance at a popular annual Langley event.

The Langley Good Times Cruise-In and car show has had In-N-Out Burger make the trek north of the border for the past several years, and they’ll be at it again on Saturday, Sept. 7.

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This news might have your tastebuds revved up for a Double Double done animal-style, extra-crispy Animal Fries, and a neapolitan shake, for this special remote event, In-N-Out does classic single burgers and bagged chips only.

And while an In-N-Out Burger is worth a wait for many, heads up that the Cruise-In (and the In-N-Out stand) is wildly popular and there will be crowds, and the burgers are available only while supplies last.

For this event, the In-N-Out Burger truck works as a partner to the Cruise-In, and the money raised goes towards the Cruise-Ins charities.

The In-N-Out stand at the 2018 event. Photo Langley Good Times Cruise-In Society/Facebook
The In-N-Out stand at the 2018 event. Photo Langley Good Times Cruise-In Society/Facebook

Langley Good Times Cruise-In

When: Saturday, Sept. 7, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Fraser Highway 264th to 272nd streets
Cost: Admission to the event grounds is free

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