In-N-Out Burger is “double-doubling” down on growing its business, announcing it would open new locations in Tennessee, the farthest east the company has ever gone. Will the state of Georgia be next?
The California-based fast food chain – where you can order your burger “Animal Style” off the company’s “not-so-secret menu” – said Tuesday that it would open new restaurants in Tennessee as well as an “eastern territory office” in Franklin, just south of Nashville.
In-N-Out owner and president Lynsi Snyder – who is also the only granddaughter of founders Harry and Esther Snyder – said the company was eager to expand into Tennessee.
The iconic burger joint that began in 1948 as a 10′ x 10′ stand in Baldwin Park, Calif., now boasts a total of 385 locations across the state as well as in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, Oregon and Colorado.
In-N-Out plans to complete construction on its office in Franklin and open its new restaurants in and around Nashville by 2026.