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Updating The Linq’s $2 Million In-N-Out Burger

Everything we know so far about In-N-Out Burger at The Linq

In-N-Out Burger
In-N-Out Burger
Bradley Martin

Back in March, The Linq finally confirmed long rumbling rumors In-N-Out Burger was headed The Strip. Since then, little in the way of visible progress on the promenade has confirmed a promised fall debut date, but paperwork has steadily been filed and give an insight into what to expect later this year.

Revealed to sit between California cupcake import Sprinkles and Flour & Barley’s pizza and beer, the 13th Las Vegas In-N-Out will be built beneath the Brooklyn Bowl concert venue. The 5,023-square-foot space will feature a mezzanine and an outdoor patio. Original plans had hoped to include enough room for 92 guests behind the fountain and a maximum occupancy of 147 inside.

Just for construction costs, the project has allocated an estimated budget of $1,791,076. A precedent for the 67-year-old chain creating a tourist-focused, pedestrian-only destination can be found at San Francisco’s Fisherman's Wharf.

The simple In-N-Out menu is based around the choice of a hamburger, cheeseburger or the "Double-Double," made with two patties and two slices of cheese. Fries, soda and three flavors of milkshakes make up the remainder of the options, with a "not-so-secret" menu allowing customized versions of their limited ingredients, like "Animal Style Fries," topped with cheese, their secret sauce and grilled onions.

The Linq location is expected to be open for "lunch, dinner and late night dining."

The Linq Promenade

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