Best Sub-$3 Burger: It's the Meat-N-Potatoes, stupid
No chicken, no fish, no curly fries, no breakfast -- all you'll find at In-N-Out Burger is dedication to the Burger and Fry culture. Fries are made fresh, you can watch the staff peel and slice the spuds, and there's even a secret menu for the truly adventurous. The best time to come is during the lunch or dinner rush; you'll find the staff in their zone. There's not a lot of thinking going on behind the counter, just preprogrammed muscle movement designed to create that pure tasty burger action. Even if the line is out the door, you'll have a lusty piece of meat between your buns within fifteen minutes. Which is just long enough to find a place to sit while you eat it.