The fourth In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Colorado opens Monday in Lakewood.

The restaurant with the cult following for its double-doubles, animal-style fries and secret menu launched in Colorado in November with openings in Aurora and Colorado Springs. A third location opened in Lone Tree in February.

The Lakewood restaurant is on South Wadsworth Boulevard just north of West Alameda Avenue.

The restaurant will employ about 80 people. There will be one drive-thru lane, indoor seating for 74 customers and a covered patio with outdoor seating for 72 more customers.

The restaurant will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. except on Fridays and Saturdays, when it closes at 1:30 a.m.

The Lakewood Police Department announced instructions for those planning to attend the restaurant’s grand opening.

Police said to access the drive-thru, customers need to take West First Avenue to Teller Street, go south on Teller, then turn right on West Alameda Avenue to get in the queue.

There will be signage, cones, flaggers and police to direct drivers to the right direction.

For those who want to eat at the restaurant, traffic will be routed from South Wadsworth Boulevard to West Bayaud Avenue, where they will follow flaggers and signs.

Parking will also be available at the Belmar parking garage, police said.

In-N-Out is planning to open at least five other restaurants along the Front Range:

  • Castle Rock: Outlets at Castle Rock
  • Colorado Springs: The site of a former Outback Steakhouse northeast of Powers Boulevard and Constitution Avenue
  • Denver: Southwest corner of Central Park Boulevard and 46th Avenue
  • Loveland: Centerra Marketplace at 5704 McWhinney Blvd.
  • Thornton: 136th Avenue between Grant and Lincoln streets

Opening dates for those restaurants have not been announced.

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