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Redding’s 2nd In-N-Out Location has Locals going “Animal Style”

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The Redding Chamber of Commerce announced the opening of a second In-N-Out location in Redding today, with the rumors of another location of the popular “fast food” joint finally coming to fruition.

In a social media post this morning, the chamber gave the secret location to the public – near the intersection of Churn Creek and South Bonnyview Roads:

The announcement had social media buzzing with excitement. The only other location in Redding, off Dana Drive, is usually packed to the brim with customers and has become one of the most popular places to eat in town.

The new location will ease Dana Drive traffic while also bringing new businesses and jobs to the area that the city has been hoping to develop for some time now. And it creates another location for I-5 travelers to stop and spend some money in Redding.

Whether your a fan of In-N-Out or not, the chain is home to some of the best, fresh ingredients in the fast food industry. Studies have shown that its ingredients are far superior to that of its opponents and that’s the appeal to its many fans.

Have fun eating, NorCal!

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Brien O'Brien

As the Food Editor and Co-Founder of Eating NorCal, Brien O'Brien is one of the most influential foodies in NorCal. After being named the “14th Best Home Cook in America” in 2017 by the FOX television show MasterChef with Gordon Ramsay, he moved to the Napa Valley where he spent a year and a half studying food and wine at the Culinary Institute of America. Now, he resides in the Farm to Fork Capital of America - Sacramento.

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