Joined: September 21, 2007 Posts: 7333 Location: Orem Age: 49
It's under construction as we speak...
In-N-Out coming to town near you By Joseph M. Dougherty (Deseret News August 11, 2009)
That Double-Double is just a few months away, close enough you can almost taste it.
And as the months progress, it will take progressively shorter drives to reach what could the be most anticipated restaurant to come to northern Utah.
Add Centerville to the list of cities where residents may order from one of the simplest menus in the restaurant business: hamburger, cheeseburger, Double-Double, fries, drink, shake.
Centerville's planning commission is holding a public hearing Wednesday on the In-N-Out's conceptual site plan. And within a few weeks, the restaurant could have a building permit for 475 N. 700 West.
Centerville is the just the latest city to begin the approval process for the California-based restaurant.
Northern Utah's first In-N-Out to open will likely be in Orem, where construction is currently under way. Other restaurants are planned for Draper, West Valley City, West Jordan, American Fork and Layton. One opened in Washington, Washington County, in April 2008.
The Orem location is expected to open sometime in October or November, said business license specialist Aaron Lyman. The site, 350 E. University Parkway, already sports a "coming soon" sign, which will likely attract attention when students at BYU and Utah Valley University return in the fall.
"A lot of people are excited," Lyman said.
In Draper, the restaurant is finalizing some details before construction begins at Draper Peaks Shopping Center, just off I-15 at 12195 South. In Layton, officials are still working with In-N-Out to find a prime location.
West Jordan senior planner Scott Langford said he expects In-N-Out to have a building permit this week. That restaurant has been approved for Jordan Landing, on the northeast corner of 7800 South and Jordan Landing Boulevard.
The restaurant will be a welcome addition in Centerville close to the Davis Performing Arts Center, which is currently under construction.
"You always want to get businesses that all your citizens can use," Snyder said.
Within three weeks, the restaurant could have a conditional-use permit and have its final site plan approved, he said. Construction could start fairly soon afterward.
Joined: April 18, 2007 Posts: 2932 Location: No.Salt Lake Age: 79
I've never eaten at one of them, are they expensive? I've only ever heard about them through the garrison boards. As far as I am concerned they are just another 'burger joint. now if that comment doesn't stir some of you up I'll try something else.
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Joined: March 15, 2004 Posts: 2382 Location: Lehi, UT Age: 33
Yeah, i saw the sign when I drove past last week. Looks like it will be a decent sized building. Now to see if they will give a job to a guy that has worked for the competition and will be until this location opens (or is hiring). When I first heard IN 'N OUT was coming that was kind of my plan for getting a job at Chadder's, get experience at a similar place then switch to the bigger company that pays better
I find your lack of faith disturbing
Duct Tape...the Force it is like. Both a light side and a dark side it has. Binds the universe together it does!
Ok, their burgers are hands down fantastic, but does anyone else feel that their french fries taste like styrofoam that's been deep fried? I've always been disappointed with their fries.
I find this a funny comment (of course to each their own) since the fries are made from fresh potatoes, cut in the store at the time your order is taken. If you feel they don't live up to what you expect start ordering your fries "well done". They come out nice and crispy.
As for prices, they are competitive with any burger joint and you get actual fresh ingredients.
Joined: November 29, 2007 Posts: 141 Location: Layton Age: 39
When I lived in San Diego, I lived right next door to one and ate there alot. When I moved back here I went into withdrawl(it would have made a very entertaining Intervention Episode) after 7 years I am finally Detoxed of all IN N OUT goodness. Looks like I'm going to relapse pretty soon.
"Don't you ever stand for that sort of thing, if someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill them right back!" Malcolm Reynolds (Firefly)
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