Construction begins for In-N-Out Burger in Grants Pass

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In-N-Out opens its first Oregon outpost, store No. 304, in Medford, OR Samantha Bakall | The Oregonian/OregonLive

For all of you who can’t get enough In-N-Out Burger, you’ll be excited to know the latest news is confirming their second restaurant will be opening in Grants Pass and construction is currently underway.

The new popular California-based burger joint will be opening their doors on Northeast Morgan Lane. While there is currently no official date set for when they open their doors, we expect it’ll be sometime in the near future.

In-N-Out Burger’s first location was opened in Medford, just a year and a half ago of Crater Lake Highway. I still haven’t convinced myself driving 2 hours south is worth the drive, but then again I’ve never tried their food.

What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments.

 

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  • hm8404rt

    In n Out should stay in California. Lousy burgers and soggy fries. I don’t get the appeal other than nostalgia for those who grew up in California.

  • Lisa Butler Carry

    I live in Medford Oregon. Everybody was so excited when they heard In-N-Out Burger was coming here. I waited several weeks after it opened to avoid the crazy crowds. I finally ventured in to see what all the excitement and hype was about.
    To my disappointment, it was nothing special at all. Very limited menu to choose from. Burgers were very thin
    and the french fries were awful.
    Why was everybody so excited?There was nothing special about the food. All I can say is, it must be a hotspot because the prices are cheap. Ugh, you get what you pay for and, needless to say, I have never returned.

  • herb13

    Their burgers are cheap enough and the fries are pretty damn fine but the burgers are bland and usually overcooked.