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THORNTON, Colo. — In-N-Out plans to open a restaurant on the south end of Denver Premium Outlets in Thornton.

That’s the ninth spot in the state where the California-based burger chain is known to be planning a restaurant.

A development proposal submitted to the city of Thornton shows that In-N-Out is looking to open along 136th Avenue, between Grant and Lincoln streets. It would be just east of a Staybridge Suites hotel, and south of the outlet mall.

In-N-Out confirmed its interest in the site.

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