Colorado Just Got Its 5th In-N-Out: Where Else Is It Opening?
In-N-Out Burger is slowly but surely invading Colorado.
The popular California chain just opened its fifth location in the Centennial State: a second Colorado Springs locale at 2895 New Center Point Road (the first is at 1840 Democracy Point). According to a press release from the company, the new restaurant has a drive-thru lane and indoor and outdoor seating for 160 guests.
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In-N-Out also has locations in Lone Tree, Aurora, and Lakewood — with even more restaurants on the way.
Coloradans will soon be able to get their "animal-style" fix in Castle Rock and Thornton, too. Along with those locations, CBS4 reports that an eighth restaurant might pop up near Wadsworth and I-70 in Arvada. A virtual discussion about the Arvada locale will take place on Wednesday (Nov 10).
But will these famous burgers ever make their way to Northern Colorado?
Maybe. Unfortunately, the highly-anticipated Fort Collins In-N-Out on College Ave. is no longer in the works. However, Northern Colorado might be getting one at The Marketplace at Centerra in Loveland; although, officials have kept mum about that location since its announcement in April.
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Long story short, it can be hard to keep track of the restaurant's Colorado invasion — but we can try (and, if it does get to Northern Colorado, hopefully, the wait won't be over 12 hours). To help you in your burger quest, here are Colorado's current and proposed In-N-Out Burger locations: