Denver is Freaking Out as Colorado’s First In-N-Out Burger Location is Revealed

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Expect to see these pop-up all over Colorado now… Credit: Kevin Lanceplaine | Unsplash

Documents obtained by the Denver Post revealed that the location of Colorado’s long-awaited first In-N-Out Burger will be the Park Meadows Mall area just south of Denver in Lone Tree, CO.

The California-based chain will arrive in Colorado Springs in the summer of 2020, by way of a 100,000-square-foot distribution facility and a 150,000-square-foot office building — complete with a helipad, according to the documents recently submitted to the city. The document, dated Aug. 1, lists 9171 E. Westview Road as the address for the proposed new restaurant, currently occupied by the Suds Factory Car Wash & Auto Detailing Center.

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Current Colorado In-N-Out Burger locations? None found…

The six-month construction process would finish in time for a late 2020 opening. The restaurant would employ between up to 90 people. Its parking lot would have room for 47 cars as well as a drive-through lane with room for 26 cars. Opening hours would be from 10 am through 1 am Sundays through Thursdays and from 10 am to 1:30 am Fridays and Saturdays.

“In-N-Out cooks all of its burgers and fries to order — nothing is pre-cooked and there are no cooked food holding bins. This restaurant will be equipped with three burger grills. Two grills will operate at all times, and activation of the third grill will be done in response to high dine-in or, more typically, high drive-through demand … ”

In-N-Out was founded in 1948 and now operates more than 340 locations spread across California, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Utah.

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6 thoughts on “Denver is Freaking Out as Colorado’s First In-N-Out Burger Location is Revealed

  1. So. What. Overrated product, it’s just like all other fast-food burgers. The fries suck. And Denver is not ‘freaking out’. Stupid title.

    1. What did you not understand? They said the distribution center would be in the Springs and the restaurant would be in Lone Tree.

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