If you are a big fan of In-N-Out's burger restaurants, living in East Texas is the worst possible position to be in. Ten years ago, if you wanted to get an In-N-Out meal, you would have to get on a plane and fly to California. Luckily for you the first In-N-Out Burger is opening in Houston Friday.

In-N-Out Burger to open first Houston-area restaurant on Friday

By Paul TakahashiUpdated

In-N-Out Burger, a popular California burger chain, will open its first Houston-area restaurant on Friday.

The restaurant, 12611 S. Kirkwood Road in Stafford, will open at 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 22, according to a Facebook post from The Grid, a $500 million mixed-use development with 350,000 square feet of retail and restaurants on the former site of the Texas Instruments Campus in Fort Bend County.

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Officials of In-N-Out, who have long eyed Houston for expansion, were not immediately available for comment.

In-N-Out is also developing restaurants at 806 Katy Fort Bend Road in Katy and near Willowbrook Mall in northwest Houston. The chain acquired a site on Westheimer near the Galleria in 2017, but has not yet revealed development plans.

- via Houston Chronicle

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