Sad news for California transplants. A regular Monday for those who start their day with a HBCB.
“I only walk In-N-Out of Whataburger,” was one person’s response to the news that all Texas In-N-Outs temporarily closed Monday because their hamburger buns weren’t up to company standard.
According to the company, the less than ideal buns didn’t pose a health risk to customers, and the burger chain planned on reopening within 24 hours after it received a fresh shipment.
The blip only served to fuel the ongoing and delicious debate over which reigns supreme: In-N-Out or Whataburger?
Read what people were saying below:
In-N-Out closes all Texas restaurants because buns were "not spongy enough..." and "Whataburger is a superior burger." https://t.co/Afj210TTxS— Tiburcio Garcia (@garciatb2) June 12, 2018
In-N-Out burger closed all Texas stores for 24 hrs due to bad buns. Did anyone even notice? Nope #teamwhataburger— Kristi Corley (@KristiCorley) June 12, 2018
In-N-Out has shut down all restaurants in Texas. WE WON, YALL!! Whataburger for life!— Madison 🌻 (@_Lajefa__) June 12, 2018
In-N-Out has no place in Texas anyway. Don’t even hold a candle to Whataburger https://t.co/gRBtssoKib— 🖤🦁 (@___r_c) June 12, 2018
@Whataburger has great buns, too bad the same can’t be said for in n out— Jason Harris (@lonestarJWH) June 12, 2018
I was expecting to read that In-N-Out shut down in TX cause it couldn't compete with Whataburger but nope. They just figured out their buns suck. https://t.co/hR1hPDZeZN— Cori (@Javfaa) June 12, 2018