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N-Out Burger Is (Finally) Coming To Colorado

N-Out Burger Is (Finally) Coming To Colorado

A popular hamburger chain is working on plans to open up shop in Colorado for the first time.

There is no timeline for the opening date of the first restaurant.

Burger-loving Denverites rejoiced upon reading the news in Denver City Council president Albus Brooks' tweet this morning: In-N-Out Burger is finally coming to Colorado.

West Coast staple In-N-Out is headed to Colorado.

Business Insider said the Irvine-based company, famed for its secret menu and packaging printed with Biblical scripture, has locations in Texas, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and OR, in addition to its home state of California.

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Don't fret, though, Denver burger lovers - the current plan involves a distribution facility and office building to expand further into Colorado.

Colorado Springs is an ideal community for us to locate facilities to serve surrounding markets with fresh ingredients, including meat patties produced locally.

When the first restaurants opened in Texas in 2011, there were long lines of people waiting to get their hands on the burgers.

In-N-Out started in Baldwin Park in 1948 and gained a loyal following.