Oakland In-N-Out serves its last double-double tonight

OAKLAND, Calif. (KRON) — It’s a sad day for In-N-Out lovers in Oakland. The popular California-based burger chain will officially close its only Oakland location on Sunday night.

Starting Monday, there will be no other place in Oakland where you can order a double-double cheeseburger with animal fries.

In January, In-N-Out decided to close its Oakland restaurant, located at 8300 Oakport St., because of “issues of ongoing crime,” KRON4 reported earlier this year.

The closure is a historic one for the company.

The Oakland location is the first to close in the company’s 75-year history, In-N-Out Chief Operating Officer Denny Warnick said.

The restaurant will be open until 10 p.m. for dining room customers, according to In-N-Out’s website. The drive-thru is open until 1 a.m.

“It sucks that it’s closing down. The crime rate is going up. It’s sad, but it’s for the safety of the customers. In-N-Out has always been big with safety for people,” said In-N-Out employee Francis Panopio. “It’s just sad that it’s closing down, but you got to move on.”

Panopio worked at the Oakland location for about a year and has been with In-N-Out for 15 years.

The closest In-N-Out locations are in San Leandro and Alameda.

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