Aledo resident Trisha Ruiz complained that Whataburger was too far away when she and her husband moved “out to the country.” So he built their budding community of yard chickens a Whataburger-themed Whata-coop.
Whataburger’s ugly orange Christmas sweater, a $42.99 unisex stocking stuffer, sold out in less than 24 hours, but a new shipment is on the way, and the company says they’ll be available again around Dec. 5.
The owner of Liberty Burger says that it has severed relationships with one franchisee, which affected stores in Frisco, Las Colinas, Carrollton — and far north Forth, the chain’s only Tarrant County location.
Everest Burgers is like an East Coast-style deli gone San Fernando Valley, serving chili-cheese burritos or pancakes in the morning and pastrami sandwiches, fish tacos or Greek gyros with tzatziki at night.
The New York-based burger-and-shake chain is coming to a part of Southlake that is already pretty crowded with burger joints. But Shake Shack has a cult following that could help it compete in a tough area.
The Fort Worth-based burger joint is one of four restaurants coming to the Sound of Cypress Waters, part of a large northwest Dallas County development that is not too far from Grapevine/Southlake/Colleyville.
Whataburger may open a restaurant at DFW Airport in 2019. But the iconic Texas burger chain would be leasing space in a tiny satellite terminal adjacent to Terminal E, which may be hard for travelers to find.
A plainclothes detective in Friendswood, Texas, was turned away from a Whataburger restaurant because he was carrying a holstered gun. The chain has apologized, saying it was an "unfortunate misunderstanding of our open carry policy."