The property manager for the building at 8080 N. Central Expressway, which is leasing parking spaces to In-N-Out, sent a memo to its tenants detailing the forthcoming In-N-Out madness.
On opening day, according to the memo, as many as nine Dallas police officers — nine! — will be directing traffic. Plus, In-N-Out also has hired a private security company to help with traffic and “any other issues that may arise”.
There will be four lanes of traffic — four lanes! — coming in the south side of the building from the Central Expressway access road to the drive-through window. In-N-Out has leased space in four parking lots in the area for the next three months because of the expected demand for In-N-Out hamburgers.
For those In-N-Out dissenters, God love you, may I humbly suggest avoiding Caruth Haven for the next few months and instead finding the best fast-food burger in Texas.
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