It's official, In-N-Out Burger has announced that they'll be opening its doors, and drive-thru windows, to the public at both the Frisco and Allen locations this Wednesday. The grand unveiling of the California burger joint is set to commence Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., but according to Carl Van Fleet, the chain's vice president of planning and development, "We will open early if we have customers waiting." Something tells us this will be the case.
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