delish.com – In-N-Out is expanding to Colorado, making it the sixth state the California-based burger chain will have restaurants. Denver City Council President Albus Brooks broke the news on Twitter.
Brooks tweeted the press release he received to confirm the news.
The chain is currently under contract to buy land in Colorado Springs for a distribution center and office space, according to the press release. The company says it’s also in the early plans to establish a restaurant at the intersection of Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway in the town that is located about an hour’s drive south of Denver.
Huge news for our Colorado blogger MK! More of a reason for me to get out there for a visit