Suck it, East Coast. In-N-Out says it’s staying out west.

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Sorry, New York. You may have tasty pizza, but you’re not going to be ordering a Double-Double Animal Style anytime soon.

That’s because Lynsi Snyder, the 36-year-old head honcho at In-N-Out Burger, told Forbes that New York, Boston, and Philadelphia can suck it.  Okay, she didn’t say that, but sue did say the chain isn’t moving east of Texas.

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“I don’t see us stretched across the whole U.S. I don’t see us in every state. Take Texas — draw a line up and just stick to the left. That’s in my lifetime,” Snyder told the publication.

“I like that we’re sought after when someone’s coming into town. I like that we’re unique. That we’re not on every corner. You put us in every state and it takes away some of its luster,” she added.

Not that all is lost for East Coasters, they do have Shake Shack – which we in the Coachella Valley only get 3 weekends a year and they also can still continue to spoil most prime time shows by tweeting about them 3 hours before west coast viewers see them – and that has to be fun.


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