A Food Truck from Sydney Burger Chain Down N' Out Has Rolled into Marrickville

You'll now find some of Sydney's best American-style burgs in the inner west.
Cordelia Williamson
Published on May 13, 2020
Updated on July 13, 2020

If you're a fan of greasy, cheesy, American-style burgers, we have good news: the Down N' Out team has found a new (temporary) home in Marrickville.

Launching on Thursday, May 7, the new Down N' Out pop-up is a parked up food truck at the end of Barclay Street and it's serving up its usual suspects: hamburgers, a southern-fried chicken burger, bunless burgs, hot wings,  jalapeño poppers and tiger fries. So if you're an inner west local and have been craving a taste of Cali, look no further.

Each week a new special will be available, too — expect a burger that sounds as heart attack-inducing as it does heavenly. Coming up is one loaded with southern fried chicken, mac 'n' cheese and garlic bread aioli.

The team will be flippin' and fryin' burgers in Marrickville every Wednesday to Sunday, from 12–3pm and 5–9pm for takeaway, with delivery available via Menulog.

Down N' Out started out as a pop-up back in 2016, before setting up permanent digs in the CBD. Then, its In-N-Out-inspired burgers became available in Ryde, Bankstown and Crows Nest, followed by The Hills despite the team's ongoing lawsuit with the OG Californian chain. Down N' Out even asked its punters for help on a cheeky name change. Now, only the CBD joint and the food truck are operating under Hashtag Burgers.

The Down N' Out food truck is located at 1/17 Barclay Street, Marrickville until Sunday, July 19 and is open every Wednesday to Sunday, between 12–3pm and 5–9pm for pick up. Delivery available via Menulog.

Published on May 13, 2020 by Cordelia Williamson
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