Rejoice, Stoners: In-In-Out Burger Is About To Open Up 50 Locations In Colorado
“They’re good burgers, Walter.” – The Big Lebowski
I’m not afraid to admit that I’m mildly obsessed with In-N-Out burger. As a California transplant, I *get* the hype. There’s something divine about how the cheese melts into gooey perfection on a double-double. It’s the perfect cheeseburger.
A West Coast staple, In-N-Out’s eastward expansion is taking a big next step: Colorado. The burger chain is opening up a distribution and beef production center in Colorado Springs with plans to open 50 restaurants around the Rocky Mountain State. It’s a move that echo’s In-N-Out’s move into Texas, a.k.a. Whataburger territory.
Don’t get to stoked for those animal-style burgers, though, Colorado: There’s no timeline for when the first locations will open, according to the burger chain.
Here’s my gushing about my love for In-N-Out (and the merits of Five Guys, which also has dope burgers) with my friends over at Foodbeast back in June.