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In-N-Out Teases Diners with Four-Hour Pop-Up in the Philippines

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 08, 2015

In-N-Out Teases Diners with Four-Hour Pop-Up in the Philippines

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Like its own secret menu, the deliciousness that is In-N-Out is no secret at all.

Largely tucked away on the western portion of the United States, the hamburger installation is renowned for its soft hamburger buns, fresh ingredients and…now my mouth watered all over the keyboard.

Well, the good word was just received all the way in the Philippines with a pop-up that lasted all of four hours—just long enough to get a solid animal-style addiction. (h/t Eater) reports that local foodies were treated to American fare earlier this week. Although the burgers were available just long enough to make those not immediately in the know jealous.

Here is what an ad touting the event looked like:

And the line was sizable according to Facebook:

This happened earlier today! For four hours, popular American burger chain In-N-Out opened a pop-up store in Greeenbelt....

Posted by on Tuesday, April 7, 2015

The report has more images, including what looks to be a temporary menu that resembles the iconic list that features in so many diners stateside, complete with red palm trees that somehow exude that it’s time for dinner.

The report offers, “Filipino restaurant Giligan’s Island in Greenbelt 1, Makati has been converted into an In-N-Out pop-up store so the brand can sell its products to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7.”

Nabbing a bracelet meant that you were guaranteed one hamburger and the smiles that usually follow after.

This was the second such pop-up for the country, which enjoyed Double-Doubles back in March of 2013—an event that saw a reported 200 burgers devoured.

We assume this time around that number will be considerably greater, because two years of rumors and word of mouth may have been all that was needed for a stampede for delicious hamburgers.

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