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Incredibly, Utah has gone from having zero In-N-Out Burger stores to now having eight of them in less than a year. That's delicious news for hardcore In-N-Out fans, of which there are many. --- I know one of Utah's most celebrated chefs who'd gladly drive 50 miles out of his way for In-N-Out burger and fries. 

The newest In-N-Out location opens this Thursday, in Centerville. Expect long lines. If you're interested in the In-N-Out Burger story, click here