CABAZON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In-N-Out Burger plans to begin serving its famous hamburgers, real-ice cream shakes and fresh-cut fries early next year from its newest location on the Morongo Indian Reservation -- the first In-N-Out Burger restaurant in the nation to be located on tribal lands.
“We are delighted that In-N-Out Burger has chosen the Morongo Indian Reservation as the home for its first restaurant ever on tribal land”
Set to open in 2014, the restaurant will be located off the Interstate 10 freeway at Morongo Trail and directly adjacent to the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa.
“We are delighted that In-N-Out Burger has chosen the Morongo Indian Reservation as the home for its first restaurant ever on tribal land,” said Chairman Robert Martin of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians. “Given the current economic environment, Morongo is happy to be developing a new project that will not only bring new business activity and jobs to our region but will also generate future economic development opportunities.”
The planned construction of a new In-N-Out Burger on the Morongo Indian Reservation also marks the launch of Morongo’s master-planned development that spans several miles along the Interstate 10 Freeway in Cabazon, California.
Morongo is currently working with Forest City Enterprises, Inc., a national real estate company, to further explore and expand the tribe’s retail, hospitality, and service-related capabilities.