SF’s Only In-N-Out Shut Down Indoors
San Francisco’s only In-N-Out was shut down last week due to repeatedly violating the city of San Francisco’s mandate to require proof of vaccination checks for indoor dining.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the temporary closure of the Fisherman’s Wharf location took place on October 14th after multiple warnings from the San Francisco Department of Health. SF Gate reports that In-N-Out has since reopened but is only allowing to-go orders or outdoor seating.
In-N-Out maintains their opposition to the city’s proof of vaccine mandate stating, “We refuse to become the vaccination police,” and “This is clear governmental overreach and is intrusive, improper, and offensive.”
Looking for a good (but pricey) alternative to In-N-Out? Try the Bay Area’s own Super Duper Burgers.
- Shocked by In-N-Out Burger’s anti-vaccine mandate stance? You shouldn’t be – SF Chronicle – 10/21/21
- San Francisco’s only In-N-Out closed for not checking proof of vaccination – SF Gate – 10/20/21