One of the most popular California burger chains that has a cult-like following is planning to open Colorado's ninth location in Castle Rock.
The newest In-N-Out location will give shoppers at the Outlets at Castle Rock an opportunity to get a double-double animal style before, during or after shopping, said Carl Arena, vice president of real estate and development for In-N-Out in an email statement.
There is no timeline for a potential opening date, but Arena said once constructions begins it usually takes five to six months to open a location.
"We definitely look forward to having this great additional location in Colorado to serve our customers," Arena said.
In 2017, the California burger chain announced its plans to enter the Centennial State with locations in Aurora, Colorado Springs and Lone Tree.
In November, the Aurora and Colorado Springs locations welcomed Coloradans into their establishment for the first time and wait times exceeded 14 hours.
Colorado's third In-N-Out in Lone Tree is in its final stages and will open by the end of the month, said Kathleen Luppi, a marketing communications specialist for In-N-Out.
In-N-Out is planning to open at least five other restaurants along the Front Range:
- Colorado Springs: The site of a former Outback Steakhouse northeast of Powers Boulevard and Constitution Avenue
- Denver: Southwest corner of Central Park Boulevard and 46th Avenue
- Fort Collins: 1700 S. College Ave.
- Lakewood: 150 S. Wadsworth Blvd., just north of Alameda Avenue
- Thornton: 136th Avenue between Grant and Lincoln streets