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In-N-Out Burger is coming to Toronto

California burger chain In-N-Out has long been the stuff of dreams for those of us north of the border. Tomorrow, it looks like that dream will finally be real - at least for one day. The California burger chain is heading north for a promotional pop-up lunch service, taking over, curiously, Osteria dei Ganzi, a stately farm-to-table Italian restaurant on Jarvis St.

From 11am to 3pm on Thursday, a limited number of the Cali chain's burgers will be doled out outside the restaurant. Choices will include three of their signature offerings: double-double burgers (two patties and two slices of cheese - no cream or sugar here, folks), animal-style burgers (with a patty cooked in yellow mustard), and a protein-style version (which comes served in a lettuce wrap instead of a bun).

Could this be a sign of a northern expansion for In-N-Out? My tastebuds say yes; my arteries are panicking.


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