In-N-Out lines shorter, but consistent

innout Medford, Ore. — Lines are getting shorter at Oregon’s first In-N-Out Burger, but don’t expect to breeze through just yet.

The Medford location opened two weeks ago, but traffic remains consistent. And although lines are still out the door, what was once a 1-hour wait is now down to about 10 or 15 minutes. In-N-Out fans NBC5 spoke with, don’t mind waiting for their double-double.

 

“We plan our whole vacation, our life around In-N-Out,” Ron Smith of Sweet Home says, “We had to drive 10 hours to Redding, California to get an In-N-Out burger.

Even though wait times have dropped significantly, we’re told you can plan on seeing those orange drive thru cones in the mall parking lot for a bit longer.

 

 

 

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