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In-N-Out pop-up coming to Toronto tomorrow
The American fast food chain will transform

Move over Parts & Labour, Burger’s Priest and company, there’s a new burger king in town.

American fast food chain In-N-Out is coming to Canada tomorrow.

Okay, in truth they’re only opening a limited time pop-up.

That said, those interested in checking out In-N-Out’s burgers can do so outside of the Jarvis St. restaurant Osteria dei Ganzi. Unfortunately, the fast food chain’s pop-up will only be open from 11am to 3pm, and they’re only bringing a small part of their menu. Choices include the double-double burger, the animal-style burger and the protein style burger.

Please Note: We were only joking about the city’s local burger shops, we love them all. #supportlocal. [via blogTO]

Image via Flickr user Joits.
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