Takeout for a big bash too much to think about? There’s a new option in town: Get your In-N-Out burgers made on-site.
The company has unveiled a new cookout truck, which will be available to book for parties, picnics or even weddings in the Denver area.
“You plan the event. We’ll cook the burgers,” In-N-Out said on its website.
The truck, based in Colorado Springs, will travel as far south as Pueblo and as far north as Lafayette along Interstate 25, but won’t be available in the mountains, a company spokeswoman said Wednesday. In-N-Out recommends reserving it two to four months in advance, since it is first-come, first-serve.
The cookout truck requires a $500 deposit and costs a minimum of $2,000, though the cost varies depending on the amount of food required.
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Now for the bad news: No french fries or milkshakes can be made on the truck; only burgers, chips and fountain drinks.
In-N-Out has already debuted cookout trucks that operate across parts of Southern California and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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