If you miss the last one at Palm Springs, you get a second chance at Morongo, coming in 2014.
Earth was getting pushed around Wednesday for construction of the nation’s first In-N-Out Burger on tribal lands.
The scene unfolded to the west of Morongo Casino Resort & Spa on the Morongo Band of Mission Indians Reservation along Interstate-10 in Cabazon.
The popular 1950′s styled restaurant is set to open in 2014. It will be within walking distance from the casino resort and the tribe’s Travel Center, a fueling station that’s equipped with competitively priced gasoline, diesel fuel and slot machines.
In-N-Out will join two other fast-service eateries, Ruby’s Diner and the A&W Restaurant. Hadley’s Date Garden is also located nearby.
“We are delighted that In-N-Out Burger has chosen the Morongo Indian Reservation as the home for its first restaurant ever on tribal land,” chairman Robert Martin said in a statement. “Given the current economic environment, Morongo is happy to be developing a new project that will not only bring new business activity and jobs to our region, but will also generate future economic development opportunities.”