Tornado Burger, the Houston burger joint that patterned itself after In-N-Out, may soon get some competition from the real thing. The Orange Country Register has confirmed that Southern California’s iconic fast food burger chain, In-N-Out, has plans to enter the Texas market.
In-N-Out is famous for its quality ingredients including never-been-frozen hamburger patties. The chain maintains its own meat packing plant in Southern California to supply fresh burger patties to each location every other day. Up until now, company spokesman have said that didn’t want to open any outlets beyond a 500 mile radius of the meat plant because of logistics.
The first In-N-Out burger stands will be in the D/FW area. In order to service the Texas In-N-Out hamburger stands, the company will open a second meat plant in Dallas.