Long-Stalled In-N-Out Opens Friday in Costa Mesa
As the Daily Pilot reports, "The approval process was lengthy, requiring both the city and the California Department of Transportation's approval, but it only took five months to build the restaurant."
One of the points of contention was a 65-foot billboard, which opponents argued would be an eyesore and create traffic problems--an issue apparently resolved since I saw no such object when I drove by the location last week.
This In-N-Out looks to be like most others, without one of those gigantically comical, dry-ice-smoke-spewing 3D reliefs of a Double-Double.
Also, this new link in the beloved burger chain will be Costa Mesa's second In-N-Out and the county's 22nd.
Now for a piece of useless trivia: OC Cities which In-N-Out has yet to conquer.
Rancho Santa Margarita
San Juan Capistrano