Back in 1949 Bette and R.L. “Dusty” Rhodes opened what is still the oldest fast-food restaurant at its current location in Wenatchee, Dusty’s In-N-Out. It stayed in the family until 1994 when it was sold to Gus and Laura Noyd and their son and daughter-in-law, Bryan and Cyndi Noyd. 

In 2004 Peter Kuske and Mike Noyd bought Dusty’s and renovated the building to what we see today. 

Photo by Dave Keefer
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In October of last year, Dusty’s suddenly closed its doors, and then in mid-November, it was announced that the Wild Huckleberry would make Dusty’s In-N-Out part of its family of restaurants. Nothing shocking will be on the menu, you will see burgers, fries, shakes, and sundaes. 

Photo by Dave Keefer
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Over the years it has been said that if you don’t need napkins when you eat a Dusty's  In-N-Out burger then it's not really an In-N-Out burger. Well, it’s time to find out. Before I finish this article I will be getting lunch at Dusty’s and we will all find out if the burger still measures up to its over 7 decades of history. 

Photo by Dave Keefer
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I ordered the In-N-Out double burger and instead of fries, I went for onion rings because I work by myself in a little room with a microphone.

Everything is made to order. The meat won't hit the grill until the order is turned in. I'm not a "secret sauce" guy but I liked it and the rings were hot and crispy.

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Taste it for yourself.

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