Major California In-N-Out Burger Closing For Several Weeks

Joel Eisenberg
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I write extensively about the iconic In-N-Out Burger chain. In that spirit, a popular Fresno location is temporarily closing for repairs.

Let us explore.

In-N-Out Burger, 2023

According to an archived report from, no specific date has yet been announced for the closure and subsequent repairs, though both will take place in 2024.

As excerpted from the report: The drive-thru line at In-N-Out Burger on West Shaw Avenue in Fresno is often swamped with cars, the line frequently spilling out onto the busy street. Now, In-N-Out has a plan to fix that. The popular California eatery known for its “animal-style” burgers and milkshakes confirmed that it’s moving ahead with plans to improve its drive-thru and parking lot.

The repairs are scheduled to take place "sometime next year" and they will reportedly take several weeks to complete.

Per’s most recently updated location count of the company: There are 392 In-N-Out Burger restaurants in the United States as of August 09, 2023. The state with the most number of In-N-Out Burger locations in the US is California, with 271 restaurants, which is about 69% of all In-N-Out Burger restaurants in the US.


The temporary Fresno closure of In-N-Out Burger is an ongoing story. In the event of pertinent updates to this matter, inclusive of progress and official announcements of milestone dates, I will share them here on NewsBreak.

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