Monrovia's In-N-Out burger ambitions hadn't looked good since property negotiations ended in June, and now city officials say that the deal to bring Double-Doubles from the Baldwin Park company to Monrovia is officially dead.
announced its intentions to purchase a piece of Home Depot's land to build a drive-thru restaurant, but negotiations with the home improvement company have now been completely abandoned, according to the Pasadena Star-News.
The burger company already , so it is unclear from the Star-News report if any talks had ever been rekindled.
"Unfortunately, we did have a few challenges come up with that location and we’re not moving forward on it at this time," wrote In-N-Out spokesman Carl Van Fleet in an email to Patch in June. "We still absolutely want to be in Monrovia but, right now, I really can’t speculate as to the timing."
In-N-Out is still looking at other sites in town and the city is working to connect property owners with the company, the Star-News reports.