In-N-Out Burger Might Be Coming to Portland-Metro Area

by | Jul 20, 2020 | Food, Food & Drink, News, Restaurants

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Love In-N-Out burger, but not into driving to Salem, Medford, Grants Pass, or California for your fix? Fear not, NW-residing Oregonians: a new location may be in the works and it's not far from Portland.

In-N-Out under construction at Keizer Station - Photo from KATU's Keaton Thomas

According to Tualitin Life, the California-based burger chain is in the early permit stages of developing a new restaurant on land previously occupied by The Villiage Inn, right across from Bridgeport Villiage.

Early concerns include the glut of traffic In-N-Out is sure to bring to an already congested area. Since opening a location in Keizer more than seven months ago, cars still wrap around the drive-thru in excess of 45 minute wait times.

Tualitin city leaders will be virtual-meeting with In-N-Out executives this week in order to determine the best building strategy and discuss the application for what would be a 3,885 sq. foot restaurant with drive-thru service and outdoor seating.

Stay tuned, Oregon....

A delectable In-N-Out bacon cheeseburger.

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Written By Danielle Denham

Danielle Denham is an award-winning and published photographer who loves her home state of Oregon. Recently she was featured on a regional-Emmy-winning episode of Oregon Field Guide, and is currently writing a book on Abandoned Oregon. When she isn't out and about exploring for derelict places to photograph, you may find her hanging around in Eugene Oregon with Tyler Willford and his two awesome kiddos.

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