In-N-Out Burger Hopes to Open First Denver Location | What Now Denver

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An application has been filed with the City of Denver to move forward with plans of a new In-N-Out Burger.

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In-N-Out Burger Assistant Vice President of Real Estate Mike Abbate confirmed with What Now Denver via email that they do hope to open a restaurant at 4597 N. Central Park Blvd., Denver, CO 80238 in the future.

“While it’s too early to know when, or even if, we will open a restaurant at this site, we are excited to be working on an additional location to serve Customers in the great state of Colorado,” Abbate said in the email.

In-N-Out offers made-to-order shakes featuring real ice cream. Their hamburger patties are never frozen and are made from 100% American beef.

Just last Friday, In-N-Out Burger opened its second Colorado Springs location at 2895 New Center Point Road. There are currently three other In-N-Out Burger locations across the state of Colorado including in Aurora, Lakewood, and Lone Tree. “Our Real Estate team continues to explore opportunities for future restaurants in Colorado,” Abbate said.

In-N-Out Burger was founded by Harry Snyder in California in 1948. The chain remains family-owned and operated with locations in several other states including Arizona and Texas.