Squeeze Inn

(916) 386-8599 | View Website

7918 Fruitridge Rd, Sacramento, CA | Directions   95820

38.525026 -121.410917

Open Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6pm

Sat 10am-4pm

 
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Neighborhoods: Avondale, Southeastern Sacramento

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Menu
Squeeze Burger, "squeeze With Cheese" (recommended), Hamburger, Steak Sandwich, Teriyaki Steak Sandwich, Breast Of Turkey Sandwich, Grilled Cheddar Cheese Sandwich, Bacon, Lettuce, And Tomato, Veggie Burger, Steak Taco... more

Reviews for Squeeze Inn

Recommends
over a year ago

It is so good I don't know if I like it or In-N-Out better. And that is saying something because In-N-Out is good. Leave vegetarians at home.

Recommends
over a year ago

There is really not much else to say other than simple and really good food. Don't go here if you are trying to lose weight. The bad stuff is too good to resist.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best burger in town! – I will be coming back for sure! Usually a big line out the door around lunch time, but its for a good reason! Best burger around! And the cheese skirt is amazing!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

AWESOME FOOD! THE NEW ONE IN MIDTOWN IS GREAT AND OPEN LATE!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Worst Burger and Service In Town! – If I could give No Stars, I would. I just got back to my office after waiting 30 minutes for a burger and fries togo. So I might as well spend the little bit of time I have left for lunch to comment on the HORRIBLE SERVICE and FOOD I just had from this place.

No one knew what they were doing, Mangers/Owners had no customer service skills and I had to ask 4 times "where is my food?" before I got any type of apologetic response. Then I get ready to eat my buger and its cold, dry, and all bread. Will NEVER come here again!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Wow, there's a lot of yummy foods in the Squeeze Inn restaurant. Upon leaving this restaurant, I'm really satisfied with the taste of their foods and the service they provide to their customers.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Yummy in the Tummy – HmmmmmmmGOOD!

Nothing like this in Portland or Seattle (not even Etta's!) This is Hamburger heaven! And the ambiance is perfect for old guys without jackets, ties or fat wallets -- like me (I am a dull brown Patty myself, in fact). Also try Everlasting Gifts in Roseville-same ambiance but for hippie-dippy crowd iso enlightenment.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Oh, Fudge !!! – I have nothing but bells and whistles to say for the yummy, old, cramped and oh-so stylish Squeeze Inn.

But, as a loyal customer, I just knew that one day I would try one of the 'new' locations. My favorite cousin from VA Beach came to town about a month ago. I decided to show off Sacto's best burgers by treating her to Roseville's Squeeze Inn.

The cheeseburgers were almost at their best. Initially, we were impressed!!! But, I ordered mine to be cooked with some medium pink in the meat only to be served a dull, brown patty.

The fries were so disappointing. We ate only about a fourth of them. They were beige in color, limp and mealy centered. We were looking forward to brown fries, twice deep fried, crispy edges and potatoes of substance. They were the most-disappointing feature of our meal.

The strawberry and chocolate shakes were on point! My cousin said that her chocolate shake was the best ever.

Aside from being overly hurried, the waiter was friendly and obliging.

Sadly, the ambience fell flat on its nose. A game table in the back was wasting space where nostalgic and cozy tables could have been. No one was using it. The booths and tables and chairs lacked charm and originality. The food bar and stools lacked artistic placement and design. And, the walls cried out for colors and an orderly theme. The entire decor seemed to have been thrown together at the final hour.

I felt sorry for what could have been. The Squeeze Inn's journey into the future should have been spectacular at all locations. But, for me, it fizzled.

But, I shall remain a brave warrior and give Squeeze Inn another try or two to win me over. My Pavlov response shall not be so readily extinguished.

Hanging in there for my rewards. Diane

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Worth The Wait! – After hearing friends rave about this place for years, we finally made it over to the new location on Power Inn. The food is a fantastic departure from some of the fancier, cliche burger places that are popping up, not to mention the service is fast and friendly!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

New location....Same great burger – i walked into the new squeeze in restaurant with some reservation about the quality of food coming from a new location but I was quickly settled by the old front door and entrance being encorporated to the restaurant. the burgers there are the best in Sacramento hands down! nothings changed from the great cheeseburger to the crowded entrance. Still awesome!!

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