Family-friendly hamburger chain with fair prices, accommodating services and 1950s flair.. In Short This chain restaurant's orange-and-white A-frame buildings dot the Southern coast, from Florida to Arizona. What's made Whataburger grow since its first burger stand opened in 1950 is its commitment to custom orders--the restaurant is happy to fill special requests, as promised in the motto "Just as you like it." The signature five-inch patties and buns--an inch larger than most other chains--have also hooked loyalists to their burgers and chicken sandwiches.
This location has problems.
I JUST WROTE A FAIRLY LONG EXPLANATION OF ALL THE BAD SERVICE I HAVE HAD AT THIS LOCATION BUT WAS TOLD THAT I EXCEEDED THE CHARACTER LIMITS. WHEN I WENT BACK TO SHORTEN THE MESSAGE IT ERASED EVERYTHING. I WILL JUST SAY THAT IT IS PRETTY EVIDENT THAT THE EMPLOYEE TRAINING IN THIS STORE IS SADLY LACKING. I DOUBT THAT ANYONE CARES BUT I COULD NOT STAND BY AND HAVE FOUR BAD INCIDENTS HAPPEN IN THE PAST COUPLE OF MONTHS AND NOT DO ANYTHING. I HOPE THAT SOMEONE INVESTIGATES THIS BECAUSE WHATABURGER IS GENERALLY A VERY GOOD FAST FOOD RESTAURANT. I WILL DRIVE FURTHER DOWN THE ROAD AN FREQUNT THE ONE AT 43RD AND BELL.
when I was little I used to hate this place. I honestly don't know what was wrong with me. I tried it again out of boredom with all the other burger joints and was pleasantly surprised. They have great hamburgers and fries and they are open 24/7. I'm so taken by them all over again - I think I should go get one right now...