In 2018, as national chains pledged to ditch their nonbiodegradable polystyrene cups, Whataburger said it would look into alternative materials, too. What happened?
Most Texans miss Whataburger when they leave the state. Not many of them are in a position to open their own.
Four of the best ingredients on Earth. One true champion?
An Austin man is skeptical that a company held by a Chicago investment firm can claim that distinction.
And sometimes that’s all you want in a burger.
During these strange and difficult times, crafting can perhaps help assuage anxiety.
Two beloved Texas institutions team up in a moment of crisis.
Plus, Beto’s bandmate blasts his Biden endorsement, Mike Bloomberg comprende Tejas, Dan Crenshaw vs. Pete Davidson, and Dan Patrick vs. shirts.
Dear candidates: Please stop with the pandering.
Who put H-E-B and Whataburger in the same division?
It was a long, eventful year.
Beto O'Rourke, Dennis Bonnen, and the Houston Astros make our annual dishonor roll, along with assorted lesser-known idiots and evildoers.
And they seem fine with it?
Maybe the decade.
Hundreds of Whataburger meals, tons of tacos, and other staples to consider before this astronomically expensive meal.
Is it the burgerpocalypse?
A Houston man is puzzled by the mustard-laden grub at Jack in the Box and McDonald’s.
The beloved Texas chain is reportedly seeking investors to fund an expansion. Should we panic?
Happy WhataGames! May the ketchup be ever in your flavor.
With a new CEO, the beloved Austin chain looks to expand beyond its hometown for the first time.
February 19, 2019
The cover of ’Adult’ captures the nature of time, but not the nature of hamburgers.
February 12, 2019
What better way to show your love for Donut Taco Palace than with a song called “Donut Taco Palace”?
A soldier stationed in Afghanistan is looking forward to coming home.
It’s Whataburger as we always imagined it.
We guess our Whataween invite got lost in the mail.
Plus, a very flattering mug shot and a doggy-door intrusion.
O’Rourke continues to nip at Ted Cruz’s heels in the latest poll, even if a third of the state's voters are unfamiliar with him.
Thank you, Ted Cruz campaign, for introducing the Whataburger-themed insult to Texas politics.
An Arizona woman just doesn’t get the appeal of Mrs. Baird’s Bread or Hill Country Fare cut green beans.
A Houstonian turned New Yorker’s company is relocating him to small-town West Texas. If life were a sitcom, that would be pretty funny.
Maybe Christmas doesn't come from a store. But it could come from Whataburger.
...according to data. Not according to us.
The beloved burger chain will reward fans who celebrate them in verse.
Readers respond to the August 2016 issue.
We put Texas’s favorite burger in a blind taste test.
The iconic Texas burger chain’s oldest franchisee claims grocery store sales are part of plan to make its restaurants obsolete.
Opting out or declining to opt out—either one sends a message to customers about politics.
Congratulations, displaced Texans, you no longer have to load up your luggage every time you visit home.
“We have come to receive your Honey Butter Chicken sermon,” indeed.
Whataburger landed itself in another pickle—but not the kind on its tasty burgers.
Why is Texas’ favorite burger chain taking sides on Drake and Meek Mill’s beef? No clue. But it’s pretty amazing.
The fast food chain won’t allow open carry once the law goes into effect. And that’s probably for the best.
Late-risers and night owls: can they interest you in an A1 Thick and Hearty Burger instead?
‘Tis the season for giving random gifts to random people, apparently.
Spicy ketchup was just the tip of the iceberg.
Did you know lawmakers killed the state lottery this week? But no need to rush out and buy a roll of scratch-offs; legislators reconvened and approved a measure to keep the Texas Lottery Commission another decade.
Whataburger sticks it to the man, filing a lawsuit against debt collector NCO for repeatedly calling the company's corporate headquarters in search of one employee.
How a modest Corpus Christi burger stand became a Texas icon.