Confirming recently filed plans to build a retro-style In-N-Out Burger outlet within walking distance of Allegiant Stadium, real estate brokers Diversified Partners have revealed renderings of the proposed drive-thru restaurant, describing the concept as the “most iconic In-N-Out Burger ever to be built.”
Headed to the southeast corner of Russell Road and Polaris Avenue, the ground lease for the burger chain’s 17th local expansion is now up for sale, hosting a 2,300-square-foot drive-thru venue, serving only walk-up and vehicular orders, with no indoor dining.
Inspired by the original, 1948, In-N-Out Burger location in Baldwin Park, California, the westside restaurant is aiming for a 2021 debut, adding an outdoor, 1,600-square-foot plaza, two drive-thru lanes, plus ample parking.
Original paperwork referenced a shallow ramp built under the plaza and a short tunnel leading onto Polaris Avenue, a design feature not included in the latest renderings.
Keeping the brand’s familiar bone china color scheme, the structure will be decorated with red and white fabric awnings and illuminated by gooseneck lamps.
Informally name-checked as In-N-Out Stadium, the project has yet to be announced by the parent company and a possible debut date has not been shared.