The Southern California chain closed all its Lone Star State locations Monday due to a bun shortage.
In-N-Out Burger shut down all 36 of its locations in the Lone Star State on Monday afternoon due to a shortage of hamburger buns, according to the Irvine-based company. Many are clustered around Austin and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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