Do you enjoy your hamburgers animal-style? A seventh Colorado In-N-Out Burger location opens Friday, making it easier to find the somewhat smothered burgers across the metro area.
In-N-Out’s new location is at 5470 Factory Shops Boulevard off of Interstate 25 in Castle Rock. The chain announced a restaurant there just over a year ago.
A news release from the California-based fast-food chain said that 80 employees would work at the new location, which can host 74 guests inside and another 28 outside.
Every In-N-Out location is open from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
The new location joins already open spots in Thornton, Lakewood, Aurora, Lone Tree and Colorado Springs.
The chain’s expansion into Colorado has brought much fanfare and long lines around the newly opened locations.
Officials in Castle Rock released a specific traffic plan for the area in order to combat long wait times.
Colorado is one of seven states with In-N-Out Burger restaurants.
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