In-N-Out Burger is a drive-thru and sit-down restaurant that provides a simple menu consisting of tasty hamburgers, fries, sodas and shakes. The chain was founded in Baldwin Park in 1948 by Esther and Harry Snyder: This was the first location, and is a local landmark with its large signage visible off the 10 freeway. Adjacent to the restaurant is a company store that sells a variety of gifts and apparel from In-N-Out. The restaurant is committed to serving only the freshest foods, made-to-order, with absolutely no freezing or reheating of any kind. All fries are diced and fried from whole potatoes while shakes are made with real ice cream. This location offers spacious indoor seating, patio seating and a drive-thru with ample parking available on the lot.