In-N-Out Burger FB Post Teases Expansion to Four Corners or ABQ by 2027
Posted by: ABQRAW Staff
Posted on: 11/07/2023 @10:35AM
UPDATED ON: 11/07/2023 @11:18AM
In a thrilling announcement, In-N-Out Burger unveiled their plans to conquer New Mexico's Four Corners by 2027, sparking excitement among fans and loyal In-N-Out Burger customers. This bold move signifies the company's commitment to expanding its culinary footprint and sharing their legendary menu with even more hungry patrons. The last sentence of the In-N-Out Burger Facebook post alludes to expanding into Albuquerque as well.
New Mexico's rich food culture, deeply rooted in Native American, Mexican, and Spanish traditions, is the perfect canvas for In-N-Out's cuisine. Soon, residents of the Four Corners, and hopefully Albuquerque, will enjoy the iconic Double-Double burger, Animal Style fries, and delectable shakes, all served with the brand's hallmark commitment to quality and excellence.
The wait won't be long as more details about this exciting expansion will be revealed in the near future. For now, it's time to mark your calendars and anticipate the arrival of In-N-Out's mouthwatering offerings. The Land of Enchantment is about to get a taste of West Coast burger heaven! 🍔🍟🥤 #InNOutNM2027 #innout
We reached out to In-N-Out Burger for clarification on their expansion plans and they responded that:
At In-N-Out Burger, we are excited to be in the early planning stages of opening our first restaurants in the state of New Mexico.
Initial development plans are underway for locations in Albuquerque to open by 2027, with future expansion to other cities in the years beyond. A Company distribution facility in Colorado Springs will enable delivery of fresh product to each location, a must when it comes to the In-N-Out standard for quality.
We have always been thoughtful at In-N-Out about expansion into new markets, in order to maintain the high standards for quality, friendliness, and cleanliness that were established by our founders, Harry and Esther Snyder, over 75 years ago. Today, under the leadership of owner and president Lynsi Snyder, those values are as strong as ever.
“Growth into New Mexico is an important milestone for us,” says Lynsi Snyder. “We’ve heard from many loyal In-N-Out Customers there through the years, wondering if we would ever open restaurants in their communities, especially after opening locations further to the east. It was only a matter of when, once we had the infrastructure and support in place. I’m excited that our Customers won’t have to travel to a nearby state for an In-N-Out Burger for much longer.”