In-N-Out Burger plans to open less than an hour from Washington

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SEATTLE – In-N-Out Burger is creeping ever closer to Western Washington.

The Oregonian reported that a representative for the California-based chain told the Keizer, Ore., city council on Monday that In-N-Out plans to open a restaurant there in the near future.

So, how far is Keizer?

It’s only 50 miles from the Oregon-Washington border. In good traffic it’s:

  • About an hour from Vancouver
  • 2:20 from Olympia
  • 3 hours from Tacoma
  • 3:30 from Seattle.

The rep told the city council that the deal hasn’t been finalized yet, but it’s close. The Statesman Journal talked to Kezier Mayor Cathy Clark, who said the site is at the Keizer Station shopping center.

There are already In-N-Out locations in Grants Pass and Medford.

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