In-N-Out Burger Modular Building . In-N-Out Burger restaurant in 16-wide modular style. . This is a modular building of one of my favorite restaurants, In-N-Out Burger.In-N-Out is a family-owned hamburger chain found mostly in California, though there are restaurants in Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and some other places.They are typically free-standing buildings with a drive-thru. In other words, I don't think there is an In-N-Out built in a "modular building" style in the real world.I've based this design on the basic style of the real restaurants and adapted it to the modular building style as best I could. There are two floors; the bottom is the ordering counter and kitchen, the second floor is the dining area. As is the custom for modular buildings, the roof and second floor can be removed.
An overview of the first floor. That black thing in the upper left corner is the soda dispenser. Under the stairs is a refrigerator and sink.
A view of the first floor from the street.
A better shot of the menu. I made the graphic in Photoshop and recreated an actual menu. All items on the real-life menu are present here, though I'm missing the attachment for the value meals.
A view of the kitchen and ordering counter. I tried to include something for everything on the menu. The grill for the burgers, deep fryer for the fries, french fry maker (In-N-Outs fresh-cut their fries from whole potatoes), a milkshake machine, and soda dispenser. I think the only thing I'm missing from the menu is a coffee maker.
A close up of the kitchen area. There a grill for the burgers, a deep fryer, and a french fry maker (that contraption on the left).
The second floor dining area. In-N-Outs typically have 3 types of seating: booths, counters with stools, and tables with chairs. All 3 styles are represented here.
The roof has an air conditioning unit and vent for the grill.
My In-N-Out with my only other modular building, the Fire Brigade.