Wednesday, January 19, 2011

California Conventions and In-N-Out

So as I was sitting down to eat at In-N-Out in Roseville next to the Golfland (1803 Taylor Rd.) (where they just got Initial D Ver. 5 and FINALLY I get to make a card) I was thinking to myself: "This has to be one of the best aspects of living in California and on the West Coast." Nothing else beats the legendary In-N-Out and all its stories especially the sought-out secret menu - from animal style to 3x3 and beyond. If you are someone who is not from the West Coast and and does come for a convention, you must try In-N-Out at least once.

Here's a couple of conventions that I really know in California and Nevada (surprisingly, there isn't one in Washington state for those who visit Sakura-Con) and its nearest In-N-Out location(s):
  • Anime Los Angeles - 9419 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
  • Sac-Anime/Kintoki-Con - 3501 Truxel Rd.
  • FanimeCon - 550 Newhall Dr.
  • Anime Vegas (Alexis Park Hotel location) - 2900 W. Sahara Ave.
  • Anime Expo - 6000 Pacific Blvd.
  • Anime Conji (Town & Country Hotel and Resort location) - 2005 Camino Del Este
If there's a convention that I missed that you would me to find, please leave a comment and I'll look it up.

On a side note, there are two that are worth noting:
  • The one that we went to after Anime Los Angeles 2011 was over back in Woodland Hills. That one is on 19920 Ventura Blvd. and to date is the best In-N-Out that I've been to.
  • After FanimeCon 2008 and 2009 (I didn't do it in 2010 due to taking the train, but I plan to do so in 2011) and dropping off Tom back in San Rafael, I visit the In-N-Out in Vacaville right off at I-80 at 170 Nut Tree Pkwy. often times sporting that year's FanimeCon t-shirt before going back home to Sacramento.
I hope this is a helpful guide to those who are coming from a state that does not have an In-N-Out. It's a must have whenever you visit out here.

1 comment:

  1. There's none by Anime Central or New York Anime Fest.

    Are you guys going to Conji?

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