In-N-Out continues its national expansion plans with several new locations coming to the Valley, including new sites coming to Laveen Village and Flagstaff.
Previously, What Now Phoenix reported on the company opening new locations in Mesa and Peoria, proving the iconic burger brand has its eyes set on Arizona. Now, the company is in the process of opening two more locations in the state, starting with a new site in the upcoming Laveen Spectrum next to the newly completed Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway. The development is still under construction, according to details from the Barclay Group.
In-N-Out is also working on another location in Flagstaff at 1860 S. Milton Road, which is set to open later this year. The company broke ground last March and demolished a former Pizza Hut to make way for the famous red palm trees. There is no exact opening date for the new Flagstaff location, but workers were seen putting the restaurant’s sign out front in late November, according to AZ Central. When the new site opens, it will become Arizona’s 35th In-N-Out Burger restaurant.
The Southern California-based fast food chain, which recently celebrated its 75th anniversary, already has locations in Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Oregon, Nevada, and Texas and recently announced plans to add locations in Tennessee by 2026. In-N-Out also recently announced on social media that it plans to open multiple locations in New Mexico by 2027.