Perhaps I misunderstood the hype but I kept hearing about "If you ever come out west, eat at "In and Out". Being I'm from the Midwest(or southwest), I'm used to a quality burger at several local places so I'm expecting a great burger. So while on a trip to San Francisco and while in Fisherman's Wharf, we stop in for IN-And-Out. The Place is packed so I figure ok so far so good. I order the Double Double with onions as I was told to do. Price was right so I can't complain there. It ran me no more than a typical trip to Wendy's or Burger King. Sit down with my drink and much on some fries. Perfectly cut and tastes great. Nothing extraordinary mind you but good. Certainly no better than Wendys or McD's though I have an affinity for McD's fries(if they are fresh and crispy). Take a bite of the burger and while it was tasty, I'm going "what's the deal??". Why the hype? Could it just be that I'm spoiled being from where I am or could be it that they have some really sucky burger places out west or could it just be that I just don't get it? or a combination of the first 2? Anyone else agree?