Then In-N-Out Burger's freshest menu item is sure to please.
This is the first new menu item that the chain has added in 15 years. California isn't almost as cold as most states - it's frequently on fire, in fact - but it makes sense here in San Francisco, where fog stirs cravings for warmth.
Local chocolatier Ghirardelli supplies the chocolate, the Register also noted.
As of Monday, all of its outlets were selling eight-ounce servings of hot chocolate, with the price $1.60 in some locations, CBS in Los Angeles reports in the segment above.More news: Maryland Basketball vs. Michigan State: Terps Face Biggest Test Yet
No word yet on whether or not you'll be able to order hot cocoa "animal-style" but we shudder to think what that might look like anyway.
In-N-Out consumers will have more options than just a milkshake should they wish to finish off their double-double and fries with something sweet, now that the iconic Irvine-based restaurant has chose to once again include hot cocoa on its menu.
The chain has 328 restaurants in California, Utah, Arizona, Texas, Nevada and OR and new menu item will be available at all of them.
In-N-Out sells burgers, fries, sodas and shakes.More news: Scientists Unveil the First Portable Bionic Hand With a Sense of Touch
A vintage In-N-Out menu board and a current one. The last time it added a new menu item was around 15 years ago, when it began serving lemonade. According to a statement, it's more of a return.
In the early years of the chain, which was founded in 1948, her grandparents Harry and Esther Snyder served hot cocoa, she said.
"For a certain generation, hot cocoa is an In-N-Out classic, and we hope it will be a favorite of a new generation", Snyder said. It comes served with marshmallows. By comparison, McDonald's sells a 12-ounce hot chocolate made with milk for $2.
The California-based chain has always been a favorite in its hometown state and a handful of other western states.More news: White Dell XPS 13 Runs 8th-Gen Intel Processor