In-N-Out Burger announced Tuesday that it would enter the New Mexico market by 2027. The new restaurant, in Albuquerque, N.M., will be the first in the state.
In a Facebook post, CEO Lynsi Snyder said: “We are excited to announce In-N-Out Burger will be fully in the four corners by 2027 with our expansion into New Mexico! We can’t wait to have smiling associates serving customers quality burgers, fries and shakes in such a unique, beautiful state.”
In a news release, the brand said, “initial development plans are underway for locations in Albuquerque to open by 2027, with future expansion to other cities in the years beyond.”
The new store will use the company distribution facility in Colorado Springs, Colo., to get its products to New Mexico.
“I’m excited that our customers won’t have to travel to a nearby state for an In-N-Out Burger for much longer,” Snyder said in the news release.
In-N-Out is currently located in California, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, Texas, Arizona, and Oregon.