I’m always all about the In n’ Out, but next time I’m in Los Angeles I need to FINALLY sink my teeth into an Apple Pan burger. 
whitneymcn:

roadsandkingdoms:

I went to the Apple Pan for the same thing that my grandfather, who grew up in Venice Beach, would have gone for: the burger. The style is unchanged. It’s a true Californian burger, a thin griddled patty on a squishy bun, splashed with hickory sauce and topped with the blasting cap that detonates the whole thing: a fresh, cold, crisp wedge of iceberg lettuce. 
More on the absolutely American diner The Apple Pan in West Los Angeles

A classic.
So hungry.

I’m always all about the In n’ Out, but next time I’m in Los Angeles I need to FINALLY sink my teeth into an Apple Pan burger. 

whitneymcn:

roadsandkingdoms:

I went to the Apple Pan for the same thing that my grandfather, who grew up in Venice Beach, would have gone for: the burger. The style is unchanged. It’s a true Californian burger, a thin griddled patty on a squishy bun, splashed with hickory sauce and topped with the blasting cap that detonates the whole thing: a fresh, cold, crisp wedge of iceberg lettuce. 

More on the absolutely American diner The Apple Pan in West Los Angeles

A classic.

So hungry.

(via ffffood)