It really makes sense for Southern California's less famous burger to serve the In-N-Out deprived parts of the city.
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"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
"I'm not a hater, I eat SPAM."
Rather than resist, the 40-year-old Manhattan Beach restaurant is making the most of the attention.
"I had a little Jameson and she had some red wine, and we got in a serious West Coast–East Coast debate: Red Vines vs. Twizzler. She was Biggie, I was Tupac."
Nearly 100 protestors chant "Ralph's wants welfare, we want healthcare!" at the grocery giant.
Boise upstart Burger Express gets called out for similar signage and colors, and even for the way they wrap their burgers!
Former spunky kid actor Soliel Moon Frye is now a spunky food blogger for Mommys.
The chain could expand to 20 L.A. stores in the near future, timely considering Fatburger is declaring bankruptcy.
"I've been no stranger to food all my life. One look at my stomach and you go, 'Yeah that's Ron.'"
Blogger Joann Stougaard is working on a book about her experiences growing up amid food insecurity, while a California University hangs its head in shame over chicken and waffles.
The basketball star really, really likes In-N-Out.