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Two New In-N-Outs To Open in 48 Hours

Pony-up North Dallas; Gird your loins Fort Worth. In-N-Out is poised to open its next two locations this Thursday. The first, near the corner of Coit and 635, sits on the access road to 635 westbound. The second, in Fort Worth, is near the intersection of West Seventh and University Drive.

After the much more sedate opening of the Caruth Haven-adjacent location, I wouldn’t expect the mob scene of early summer. But I’d still choose an alternate route to work.

Locations:
2900 West 7th Street in Fort Worth
7909 LBJ Freeway in Dallas

8 comments on “Two New In-N-Outs To Open in 48 Hours

  1. I go to Las Vegas several times a month and there is NO line at In-N-Out Burger. Remember the lines at Krispy Kreme Donuts? They were all the rage and now the one near me in Plano is closed. People who wait hours in line for a hamburger need to have their head checked.

  2. In-N-Out will not be a passing fad like Aardvark suggested. While I have never been to the Vegas location I spent the first 24 years of my life in SoCal and can attest to the consistent traffic at the various In-N-Out locations I’ve visited. I have never been to In-N-Out when the table were less than ¾ filled and 5 or six cars were in the drive-thru. In-N-Out has been around since the 40’s. A passing fad? Hardly.

  3. Why it’s different, I don’t know but, I don’t know anyone who has ever said anything good about INO in Vegas. I know I’ve always had nothing but positive experiences everywhere in California. We went to the Caruth/75 location last friday afternoon about 5:00PM. The line was (still) out the door with people holding trays of food waiting for a table to open. Double/double with cheese and extra (raw) onions. Yeh!

  4. People in Dallas don’t understand why INO is so great. It is the price!!!!! Great deal for what you are getting. Since the standard of living in Northern Cal and So Cal is higher than Dallas, ppl there worship INO for the price and quality of food. Single with chopped onion and chopped chilies. Yum!

  5. Monkee, monkee… Bang, bang!!! Burger, burger!!!!! Zzzz, zzzz!!!! Stop eating nostalgia, and please start eating local. If you love Cali, I can respect that. But have you seen the location for the coit-635 location? In-N-Out sold out to TX and the brinker template. How about a burger from jack at m-&-m or drive-in w/beer at keller’s on nw highway? What about del’s in Richardson?

  6. Monkee, monkee… Bang, bang!!! Burger, burger!!!!! Zzzz, zzzz!!!! Stop eating nostalgia, and please start eating local. If you love Cali, I can respect that. But have you seen the location for the coit-635 location? In-N-Out sold out to TX and the brinker template. How about a burger from jack at m-&-m or drive-in w/beer at keller’s on nw highway.