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In-N-Out opens Thornton location on Thursday

The biggest burger you can order at In-N-Out is a 4×4, and starting Thursday, you can buy one at the Denver metro’s fourth location as the fast-food chain opens a new restaurant.

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In-N-Out is set to open at 111 East 136th Avenue in Thornton on Thursday, marking the sixth location in the state–all opening in the last 15 months.

The restaurant is located just off of Interstate 25 on the corner of 136th Avenue at Grant Street. It will have room for 74 guests inside and 30 people outside in addition to a drive-through lane.

The opening of In-N-Out in Colorado has caused a craze across the state. Long lines lasting weeks after new locations open have been commonplace. Traffic could back up between Lincoln Street and Grant Street on East 136th Avenue.

The Thornton location, the first on the north side of the city, was first announced last spring and will be managed by In-N-Out employee of 24 years Brietta Angel, the company said.

The new In-N-Out will be open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. and until 1:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. It joins open locations in Aurora, Colorado Springs, Lakewood and Lone Tree.

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