In-N-Out Burger Is Coming to Dallas, Texas 1

In-N-Out Burger is coming to the Dallas and Fort Worth area!  Sometimes, wishes do come true.  D Magazine has broken news that Garland, Texas will be the place for the Texas In-N-Out Burger location.

It’s semi-official. Looks like In-N-Out is coming to the Dallas area. According to the City of Garland website, the Planning Commission approved Jim Powell’s plans for thefirst In-N-Out in Texas. UPDATE: The burger joint will be located in Firewheel Town Center! (The motion carried:  7 Ayes, 0 Nays. H/T SK)

In-N-Out burgers are fantastic.  When I travel to California, you can bet I will try to figure out a way to get to an In-N-Out burger.  I may have even picked a hotel because of proximity to an In-N-Out location.  I live in Texas, where some of the finest hamburgers in the world are produced and devoured.  Sampling some of the best burgers the Dallas/Fort Worth area has to offer is a gourmet experience.  It’s almost hamburger heaven.  Dallas/Fort Worth needs an In-N-Out Burger.

I’ve read about the history of the In-N-Out Burger company.  The story is a great one about a family-run business that cares about employees and the product it produces.  Here’s a blurb from their History page.

In-N-Out remains privately owned and the Snyder family has no plans to take the company public or franchise any units. All Associates are treated like family. Many Associates have been with In-N-Out for over 20 years, some even worked with Harry and Esther in the early years. These relationships and the commitment to the company’s philosophies continue to make In-N-Out a very special place to work.

Texans have a great respect for tradition.  We understand what it means for a family-run business to prosper.  Above all, we respect the greatness of the HAMBURGER!!!

This place is so cool, it even has a secret menu.

I’ll take my Double-Double Animal Style.

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