The news of In-N-Out’s impending move eastward was met with great fanfare last Tuesday, Jan. 10. Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee even held a press conference to announce the California fast food chain’s move to the state, declaring it a “life-changing decision.”
While the excitement for the arrival of Double-Doubles on the other side of the country is palpable, it also begs the question: What does this mean for all the existing burger joints in the area? In-N-Out’s first Tennessee restaurant isn’t expected to open until 2026, but once that happens, will animal style-obsessed crowds forget their old standbys and flock to the shiny new California chain?
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