Oregon’s very first In-N-Out Burger is opening September 9.
In-N-Out is only open in five other states across the country — California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Texas — and its West Coast exclusivity has gained it a cult following.
This new location is opening in Medford, Oregon — over 200 miles away from Portland — and is In-N-Out’s 304th store. An In-N-Out official told Mail Tribune in March that they would like to eventually open more restaurants in the state, but it is too early to project any other sites besides Medford.
Mail Tribune noted that In-N-Out had not opened restaurants in Oregon before now because of supply chain issues, but now there is a distribution facility in Northern California that will serve Medford.
This location will have a drive-thru, patio area, the distinguishable red tile roof, and white stucco walls, similar to other outposts of the chain. The opening falls in the same day as founder Harry Snyder’s birthday, and the chain will dedicate the store to his legacy with a bronze plaque.