In-N-Out Vs. Shake Shack Taste Test with Tom Segura | Sean in the Wild

Which cult-favorite burger joint reigns supreme: Shake Shack or In-N-Out? It’s an East Coast–West Coast rivalry that’s raged in the fast-food world for years—and Sean Evans is here to get to the bottom of it. Joined by his buddy comedian Tom Segura, Sean pits French fry against French fry, cheeseburger against cheeseburger, and secret-menu item against secret-menu item to find out which chain deserves the crown. Will Tom become a Shake Shack convert, or remain an In-N-Out die-hard? Find out on an all new episode of SITW.

Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube:
Check out more of First We Feast here:

First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country’s best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.


Leave a Reply
  1. In-N-Out is a classic in California, I live like 1 miles from the nearest one, maybe less. One thing about In-N-Out that Is not to my liking, is the quality of their fries, mind it plain fries no animal style. I occasionally get undercooked fries and they are a bit soggy, BUT, you can ask for them to make the fries more crispy to hopefully prevent that.

  2. the in and out aniumal style fries looked like they had been sitting there for a while, u gotta eat them when its fresh out of the kitchen, also u gotta order extra spread.

  3. I’ve tried In n Out and I wasn’t impressed. The food wasn’t amazing, but the culture was good! I like how they put a bible verse on their burger wrappers, and I like how the employees are treated right!

    But shake shack has astounding fries and hotdogs! Their burgers are good except for the reason that they are expensive and small.

  4. in-out-out vs. (insert ANY fat food chain)?

    PUUUULEASE. In-n-out is godly fast food. Fresh local ingredients. Perfect hamburgers, every. single. one. Most delicious and fresh fries in the business. Silky-smooth shakes like none other.
    Name me ONE place that is packed 24/7 like in-n-out.

    Trying to compare in-n-out to anything is plain stupid.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *