"My favorite thing is the cheese skirt hamburger."
"The cheese skirt around it."
It's what the Squeeze Inn is known for.
'It's a lot of cheese. But as you can tell, I can do it," patron Alan Johnson said, pointing to his belly.
Sacramentans have loved squeezing in the original, teeny place on Fruitridge.
And in the past few years, Squeeze Inn has opened its doors in Galt, Roseville and Napa.
"Squeeze Inn has a great deal of exposure out here. A lot of people follow it. A lot of people love it," said Jay Bakker, of Vacaville. He opened one in Napa five years ago.
By the fall, the popular hamburger eatery will Squeeze Inn Vacaville.
"People did reallly, really love the original location. I hear about it all the time, as far as just the mystique of it," Bakker said.
But burger owner Travis Hausauer, had to move from the familiar cozy organge shack on Fruitridge, following a lawsuit alleging the place wasn't disabled people- friendly.
"I worked there for free, pretty much once a week, four to eight hours a day," Bakker recalled.
He says he's learned everything he knows from Hausauer and that orginial spot. Now, he's bringing Squeeze Inn to Vacaville.
"I can't wait. Now we don't have to drive to Sacramento," Johnson said.
But will Squeeze Inn lose its unique appeal by squeezing out to other places, and just become another golden arches?
"There's hamburger joints everywhere out here. If it's not hamburgers, it's hot dogs, tacos. Too much," Vacaville resident Christine Robinson said.
"I think it's good its closer. I don't think it's like a fast food restaurant. It's still good," patron Madison Herron said.
And Bakker promises, that everything you've loved about the old place, will still be there.
"You can definitely expect, if you come multiple times, we'll know your name eventually," he added.