8300 Oakport Street, Oakland, Ca. 94621
(800) 786 - 1000
DescriptionIn-N-Out Burger is located at 8300 Oakport Street, Oakland, California.There are 8 handicapped spaces near the entrance in the large, paved parking lot.
The street level entrance has double doors. You place your order and wait to be called.
Booths, tables and chairs are both inside and out. There is plenty of room to navigate.
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located near the entrance. There are no baby-changing stations.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Paths and walkways: concrete
Doors: double doors
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: roomy
Places to sit: booths, tables and chairs, inside and out
Location of restrooms: near entrance
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: this is a restaurant
Friendliness of staff: very friendly
In-n-Out Burger is a California Institution. I remembered it vaguely from visits to my aunt and uncle many years ago. The closest one we could find was in Oakland, so we went to check it out when we first began going to Berkeley severeal years ago.
“In 1948, Harry and Esther Snyder opened the first “In-N-Out.” They served the freshest burgers, coolest shakes and hottest fries in a friendly, sparkling clean atmosphere. And the times, they have not changed at In-N-Out. The menu is still the same basic menu guests have enjoyed since 1948…fresh, made to order and with only the highest quality ingredients.” (website)
From the number of cars in the parking lot, to the number of people on line, we assume the In-N-Out folks are doing a great job.
We found a spot in the large, paved lot, noting eight handicapped spaces near the entrance. Street-level, double doors led to a roomy interior with booths, tables and chairs. There were also many table and benches outside.
We got on the long line and waited. From looking at the website we knew about their “secret menu.” (I won’t tell you about it, you can check it out for yourself if you going there for the first time.) We placed our order, paid and waited. The prices are quite reasonable and the food quite good. No wonder this place is packed!
Multi-stall, handiapped-accessible restrooms, unfortunately, do not have baby-changing stations.
Since In-N-Out is a California chain, we assume that all of their locations are similar to this one. We look forward to checking them out out as we find them!
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.in-out.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”
In the years since our first review, nothing has changed. The food is great, the venue spotless, the service friendly. We try to get here at least once each visit!