Signs point towards an In-N-Out drive-thru in Central Aurora.
Sentinel Colorado recently published an article stating that another In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Colorado could be on its way—this time, in Aurora.
According to the Sentinel, the timing of this location is currently "unknown" and that while no one has claimed the development, all signs point toward In-N-Out. A planning application provided to the City of Aurora "shows an unnamed drive-thru restaurant weaving through the city approval process for a location at 14150 East Alameda Avenue."
However, while the application does not directly say that it's the burger restaurant, one of the more obvious tells is that the images used in the application are the California-based chain's famous palm tree branding, as you can see below:
Color and material information provided to the City of Aurora | Courtesy of the City of Aurora (via Sentinel Colorado)
Oh, and the fact that the planning application was submitted by the exact same civil engineering company that submitted other In-N-Out documents for locations in Colorado. Coincidence? We think not!
The space, which is located near the Town Center of Aurora mall, is occupied by a TGI Fridays.
Street view of the potential In-N-Out location, Courtesy of Google Maps
So, while it's all speculation and rumor at this point, we would not be surprised if an official announcement is made for an In-N-Out location in Aurora in the very near future—especially since there have been plans to open 50 Colorado locations down the road.
We'll keep our eyes peeled for any additional news regarding the burger joint in Aurora, as well as other possible locations throughout the state.
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