IRVINE, Calif. (FOX 11) - Colorado is going to be double-double happy.
The popular SoCal burger chain In-N-Out is opening a new "patty production facility" and distribution center in the Colorado Springs area, which will allow for the operation and support of up to 50 restaurants within a 350-mile radius of the city, according to an article in The Denver Post on Thursday.
No timeline has been given for when the first restaurant will actually open to the public. Colorado Springs will host the first In-N-Out location, with a second to follow not too far away in Denver, the Post reported.
The Irvine-based company, famous for its popular 50's-style food selection, the 'secret menu' and packaging printed with Biblical scripture first began in the Southern California community of Baldwin Park in 1948.
The popular 'Aminal-style' burger chain now has established locations in Southern and Northern California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Texas, and Oregon.