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In-N-Out coming to a town near you

(Deseret News) That Double-Double is just a few months away, close enough you can almost taste it.

And as the months progress, it will take progressively shorter drives to reach what could the be most anticipated restaurant to come to northern Utah.

Add Centerville to the list of cities where residents may order from one of the simplest menus in the restaurant business: hamburger, cheeseburger, Double-Double, fries, drink, shake.

Centerville's planning commission is holding a public hearing Wednesday on the In-N-Out's conceptual site plan. And within a few weeks, the restaurant could have a building permit for 475 N. 700 West.

Centerville is the just the latest city to begin the approval process for the California-based restaurant.

Northern Utah's first In-N-Out to open will likely be in Orem, where construction is currently under way. Other restaurants are planned for Draper, West Valley City, West Jordan, American Fork and Layton. One opened in Washington, Washington County, in April 2008.

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