In-N-Out raised prices in California amid minimum wage hike. How much are burgers now?

People in California can expect to pay more for burgers and shakes at In-N-Out.

On April 1, the Irvine-based fast-food chain raised its prices across the Golden State in response to California’s new minimum wage increase for fast-food workers, Denny’s chief operating officer wrote in an email Thursday. Warnick.

Starting pay at In-N-Out locations in California is $22 to $23 an hour.

On April 1, the minimum wage at fast-food chains with more than 60 locations nationwide jumped to $20 an hour.

This is the highest minimum wage in the US restaurant industry and $4 more than other sectors.

In-N-Out Burger opened its 231st restaurant, in Woodland, in May 2009. The chain will soon expand into Colorado, including a distribution center in Colorado Springs and up to 50 restaurants.In-N-Out Burger opened its 231st restaurant, in Woodland, in May 2009. The chain will soon expand into Colorado, including a distribution center in Colorado Springs and up to 50 restaurants.

In-N-Out Burger opened its 231st restaurant, in Woodland, in May 2009. The chain will soon expand into Colorado, including a distribution center in Colorado Springs and up to 50 restaurants.

How much is an In-N-Out burger right now in California?

In an April interview with NBCs Today show, President In-N-Out Lynsey Snyder pledged to keep menu prices the same.

I was sitting in VP meetings going back and forth saying, “We can’t raise prices that much.” We can’t, Snyder told NBC. Because I felt such an obligation to take care of our customers.

Despite Synders’ assurances, prices at In-N-Out have gone up.

The cost of food and beverages fluctuates depending on the In-N-Out location you visit.

Customers can expect to pay 25 to 50 cents more for a Double-Double, a burger with two beef patties and two slices of cheese, plus fries and a drink, Warnick said.

On Friday, a Double-Double, fries and a medium drink costs $10.45 at an In-N-Out location in Natomas. An 8.9% tax brought the total to $11.36.

In-N-Out Burger signs, two in the foreground from the fast food chain's original location and one in the background at a new location in Baldwin Park, California.In-N-Out Burger signs, two in the foreground from the fast food chain's original location and one in the background at a new location in Baldwin Park, California.

In-N-Out Burger signs, two in the foreground from the fast food chain’s original location and one in the background at a new location in Baldwin Park, California.

What is N-In-Out? Where are the restaurant locations?

Founded in the late 1940s, In-N-Out describes itself as the original California burger stand with the freshest ingredients available.

The fast food chain sells hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and milkshakes, as well as soda and lemonade.

On Friday, prices at a Natomas In-N-Out ranged from $3.60 for a hamburger to $5.90 for a Double-Double.

An order of fries costs $2.30.

Chocolate, strawberry and vanilla shakes were available for $3 each.

It is probably best known for items not listed on the regular menu.

The In-N-Outs Not So Secret menu includes grilled cheese sandwiches and lettuce-wrapped burgers.

Also available are burgers served animal style with lettuce, tomato, pickles, extra dip and grilled onions.

It was all about making our customers happy, In-N-Out wrote on its website.

In-N-Out has more than 400 locations across the country.

How has the minimum wage increase affected restaurants?

A new study from the foot traffic analytics platform Placer.ai finds that an increase in menu prices has had a direct correlation with a decrease in customer foot traffic.

It was early, but beginning to see the ripple effect of the minimum wage increase on the broader restaurant industry, wrote RJ Hottovy, head of analytics research at Placer.ai, in a June 7 article titled Measuring the Impact of the Increase California minimum wage in restaurants. .

Popular fast-food chains, including McDonalds and Chipotle, have underperformed since California raised the minimum wage for workers, according to the study.

Other businesses have ceased operations altogether.

On June 1, Rubio’s Coastal Grill permanently closed nearly 50 locations across California and filed for bankruptcy, citing significant increases in California’s minimum wage.

A total of 13 locations were closed in San Diego, 24 in the Los Angeles area and 11 in the upstate, according to a news release.

While painful, the store closings are a necessary step in our long-term strategic plan to position Rubio’s for success for years to come, company representatives wrote in the release.

The closings were caused by the rising cost of doing business in California.

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