The Santa Rosa city council has approved plans for a new In-N-Out, complete with drive through window, just off 101 in Sonoma County.
The location is the most northerly spot in the beloved Southern California chain's territory, a distinction previously held by the <strike>drive-through-free location in Mill Valley</strike> Rohnert Park.
The chain's expansion has been limited by a dedication to fresh beef, with no franchising on offer and all meat delivered from a company-owned processing plant in the Central Valley.
It might be hard to believe that a fast-food hamburger chain so beloved by California consumers could have been started by a known communist, but that's the story Perman tells in her book.
However, the company has apparently built a second meat processing facility further east to serve Nevada and Utah.
Hopefully for In-N-Out, any world domination plans won't turn out so poorly as Stalin's.