Will In-N-Out Burger be opening its first Louisiana location anytime soon?

We have exciting news for fans of In-N-Out Burger who live in Louisiana.

Unfortunately, this news doesn’t imply that In-N-Out Burger is opening one of their fast food restaurants here in Louisiana (yet), but announcing that the California-based chain will be taking its first major steps in expanding into the eastern United States is definitely a good sign.

In-And-Out burger restaurants are primarily located in the western United States. In addition to their home base in California, the popular burger joint also has locations in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Texas.

Currently, Texas is home to the burger restaurant’s easternmost locations, but a In-N-Out’s Recent Announcement Revealed that several restaurants will open in Tennessee by 2026.

For many years, we have received requests from our customers in Tennessee to open locations near them, further east than ever. Our customers are our most important asset at In-N-Out and we very much look forward to serving them in the years to come and becoming part of the wonderful communities in the Volunteer State.

What does this mean for Louisiana?

Well, in addition to revealing that several In-N-Out burger restaurants will be opening “in and around” Nashville, Lynsi Snyder, president and owner of In-N-Out, says the company plans to do business with one “Easter Territory Office” in Franklin, Tennessee.

While the $125.5 million office will oversee the planned Volunteer state restaurants, it’s hard to believe that an eastern US hub for In-N-Out won’t be used to expand up and down the East Coast and additionally to close the gap between Texas and the planned restaurants in Tennessee.

I’m no bettor, but with the move of In-N-Out to a place like Nashville, having already seen success in its dozens of Texas locations (first opened in 2011) from Dallas to Katy, markets like New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Lafayette make almost too much sense for future locations.

And while one could argue my point above, it’s hard to argue that all three of the above markets attract retail brands, restaurants, and other businesses that have been on Louisiana’s wish list for years—why stop there?

Of course there will be critics who will say that In-N-Out Burger is overrated or that we already have restaurants that are far better – and that may well be true – but since its inception in 1948 in Baldwin Park, California, In -N-Out Burger has grown to over 380 locations across the US and has been moving east since opening its first location in Texas in 2011.

Looking ahead to Nashville in 2026, I predict its continued growth will continue to fill in the gaps across America – including Louisiana.

Fingers crossed. animal style.

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