It’s Official: In-N-Out Burger to Open 2nd Location in Oregon

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The latest in the news has confirmed In-N-Out Burger is officially setting up their 2nd location in Oregon, just less than a year after opening their first in Medford. The new popular chain burger joint will be opening in Grants Pass, as the city confirmed Friday they received plans from the company to build their new restaurant on Northeast Morgan Lane, just off I-5 Exit 58.

Lora Glover, who is the city's director of park and community development, has informed KEZI plans for In-N-Out to open their doors are set for early 2017, and construction on the hotel next door is expected to start before the restaurant.

"It's also one of our higher congestion issues with the freeway entrances and 6th and 7th street, so we'll have to work on that traffic control, especially when the store first opens," Glover told KEZI.

While plenty of Oregonians will surely be excited, others, of course, feel maybe In-N-Out should just stay in California. While I haven't had a chance to try them out myself, I've heard a lot of mixed reviews about their joint. As a resident of Eugene, I probably won't be driving that far just, but I'd like to see them expand to our area. I highly doubt they can compete with my already favorite Killer Burger. We shall see!

How do you feel about In-N-Out opening their 2nd location in Grants Pass? Let us know in the comments.


  1. IN N OUT is in California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada & now in Oregon (the 2nd one). Besides Texas my friend is and has been the framer for 16 yrs. people come to the site asking us when will it be open, they can’t wait…So maybe you should do some research before you start popping off about staying in California and your mixed reviews quote about the food!
    Doesn’t every food place have those that like & dislike the food.

  2. Here is the big question? Why are 2 of the most popular hamburger chains in the west staying away from the highly populated Willamette Valley. In n Out opens 2 sites near the California border with no announced plans to come further north. The other Burgerville with many locations in Portland/Vancouver and south to Albany and even in Monmouth and east to The Dalles opens a new location but in Corvallis only 6 or so miles from Albany. So the vacated territory by both chains ranges from Eugene/Springfield to just north of Grants Pass about 60% of the I-5 corridor. Why are they staying away from the greatest population centers other then Portland. Eugene for example is only 40 miles south of Albany/Corvallis yet Burgerville has no plans to expand to Eugene, the 2nd or 3rd largest city outside Portland. It’s certainly mysterious.