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In-N-Out Burger to Open at Camelback Colonnade in Central Phoenix

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The popular California-based burger chain In-N-Out Burger is getting ready to open a new location at the Camelback Colonnade in Central Phoenix. New Times confirmed with the general manager of the shopping complex that the fast-food burger joint will open on the east side of the mall, which is located on 20th Street in Central Phoenix. 

While there are no dates yet set for the opening of the restaurant, it is expected to be slinging burgers before the end of 2016.

In-N-Out will join several other new restaurants in the area, including a much-anticipated new restaurant from James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Bianco, Artizen and Bee's Knees at The Camby Hotel, as well as a forthcoming location of Hopdoddy Burger Bar opening at Town & Country across the street. 

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