Looks like it's Happening: In-N-Out Burger Purchases Property in Houston

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Looks like it's Happening: In-N-Out Burger Purchases Property in Houston

Houston's long civic nightmare may finally be coming to an end. Soon, diners across the city could be lining up for double-double animal-style burgers and Neapolitan shakes. 

After years of rumors and speculation, In-N-Out Burger appears to have concrete plans to open in Houston. The California-based burger chain has purchased property at 8373 Westheimer, according to Harris County records (first posted to the Houston Architecture Info Forum and quickly reposted on reddit). 

 

The purchase confirms news that first circulated in February that cult favorite had started making definitive plans to come to Houston. In-N-Out downplayed those reports, but HCAD doesn't lie.

Purchasing property is only the first step in this process, of course. The restaurant still has to be designed and approved for city permits and then built. Employees will have to be hired and trained. Still, the purchase is the first concrete sign that In-N-Out is coming to town.

Via Culture Map


3 comments

  • Crash bash

    Yuck! Leave it in. California. They’re the only ones who just love it

  • Jack Tracy

    Because Westheimer needs another hamburger joint. And the rest of the city doesn’t.

  • Ines

    Love In-N-out.

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