In-N-Out Burger expands its reach with four new locations in Los Angeles

In-N-Out is opening a few new eateries in Southern California - will one be in your city?
In-N-Out is opening a few new eateries in Southern California - will one be in your city?

In-N-Out is opening a few new eateries in Southern California – will one be in your city?

New In-N-Out Locations:

In-N-Out Burger, the beloved fast-food chain, has expanded its footprint with four new locations in California. The latest spots to serve the cult-favorite burgers and fries are in Orange (3520 City Blvd. E, 92868), Oxnard (1700 E. 

Ventura Blvd., 93036), Redlands (1301 W. Lugonia Ave., 92373), and Sylmar (13864 Foothill Blvd., 91342).

Strategic Expansion:

The strategic expansion includes locations across different cities in California, allowing In-N-Out to cater to a wider audience. The move is part of the chain’s continued growth and popularity, with a recent grand opening celebration in Madera, located northwest of Fresno.

Convenient Access for Travelers:

The new location in Madera brings In-N-Out Burger closer to Yosemite, making it a convenient stop for travelers heading to and from the popular national park.

Menu Expansion:

In addition to the expansion of its physical locations, In-N-Out has introduced two new drink options nationwide: Cherry Coke and Lite Pink Lemonade. These additions complement the iconic menu that has made In-N-Out a staple in the fast-food industry.

Operating Hours:

All In-N-Out Burger locations maintain daily operating hours from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. and extend hours until 1:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, providing customers with ample opportunities to savor their favorite meals.

Company Background:

In-N-Out Burger, headquartered in Irvine, California, originated in Baldwin Park in 1948. Over the years, it has become a regional and national favorite, with locations across California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, Oregon, Colorado, and Idaho.


The expansion of In-N-Out Burger with new locations in California and the introduction of new drink options reflects the brand’s commitment to meeting customer demand and providing a delightful dining experience. The strategic growth aligns with In-N-Out’s iconic status in the fast-food landscape.

Gary Monroe

Gary Monroe is a seasoned contributor to the Los Angeles Business Magazine, where he offers insightful analysis on local business trends and economic developments. With a focus on Los Angeles' dynamic commercial landscape, Gary's articles provide valuable perspectives for entrepreneurs and business professionals in the city.

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