Colorado is about to learn the true meaning of the term “animal style.”
Popular burger chain In-N-Out is opening a new distribution center in Colorado Springs, which will allow it to support 50 restaurants within 350 miles of the city, according to The Denver Post.
No timeline has been released for when the first restaurant will open its doors. Colorado Springs will host the first location, with a second to follow in Denver, the Post said.
Business Insider said the Irvine-based company, famed for its secret menu and packaging printed with Biblical scripture, has locations in Texas, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and Oregon, in addition to its home state of California.