Whataburger

Whataburger

About Whataburger

Whataburger is a privately held, American regional fast food restaurant chain that specializes in hamburgers. The company, founded by Harmon Dobson and Paul Burton, opened its first restaurant in Corpus Christi, Texas, in 1950. The chain is owned and operated by the Dobson family, along with twenty-five franchisers. As of September 2012, there are over 735 Whataburger stores across the Southern United States region. Whataburger was known for many years for its distinct A-framed orange-and-white stripe-roofed buildings. The first A-frame restaurant was built in Odessa, Texas, and is now a historical landmark. Over a dozen of the A-frame stores are still in operation. The company's menu includes the 'Whataburger', the 'Whataburger Jr.' (a smaller version of the Whataburger), the 'Justaburger' (a Whataburger Jr. with only mustard, pickles, and onions), the 'Whatacatch' (fish sandwich), and the 'Whatachick'n' (chicken).