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former Whataburger
Temple, TX
This former Whataburger was built in 1969. Since 1993, the building has housed Rylander's Best Hamburgers. [map]

Whataburger
W. Gentry Parkway
Tyler, TX
Whataburger
W SW Loop 323
Tyler, TX
The Whataburger on W. Gentry Parkway has been heavily remodeled. However, the "W" is still on the A-frame. There are plans to move to a new location at the end of 2018. [map]

The Whataburger on W SW Loop 323 has also been heavily remodeled. [map]

There is a third Whataburger in Tyler which is more modern and does not have an A-frame.

former Whataburger
Waco, TX
This former Whataburger was here by 1973. It now houses Waco Motorsports II. [map]

former Whataburger
Waco, TX
This former Whataburger was built in 1969. It was housing Ronn's Cigarettes by 2007. The building had been vacant since around 2017. By 2020, the building had been demolished and only the canopy was left. [map]

I believe the Whataburger design shown below is from the 1970s. I only know of locations in Arizona and California.

Whataburger
Phoenix, AZ

Whataburger
Scottsdale, AZ
former Whataburger
Oxnard, CA
This Whataburger in Phoenix is the same design as this building which I believe was in Glendale, AZ originally. [map]

This Whataburger in Scottsdale has a slightly steeper roof. It was probably built around the same time as the Phoenix location. [map]

This Whataburger in Oxnard was built using the same design as the ones in Arizona. Whataburger built some locations in California in the late 1970s but ceased operating there by 1987. This location was later renamed Lot-A-Burger. There's a Blake's Lotaburger New Mexico-based chain. However, I don't believe Blake's ever had locations in California. Blake's is famous for its green chile hamburgers and this Oxnard location is remembered for its jalapeno burgers. So, it's possible that it might have copied the name and menu a bit. This restaurant is now named A-Burger. [map]

I believe that the Whataburger design shown below is from the 1960s or early 1970s. I believe these were only built in Florida.

former Whataburger
Lakeland, FL
former Whataburger
Lakeland, FL
The first former Whataburger in Lakeland shown above was built in 1975. The building has housed Tom's Restaurant since at least 2007. [map]

The second former Whataburger in Lakeland shown above is now occupied by Hungry Howie's Pizza & Subs. [map]

former Whataburger
Brandon, FL
former Whataburger
Seminole, FL
former Whataburger
Fort Meade, FL
This remodeled Whataburger in Brandon has housed Wheels & Accessories since at least 2008. [map]

This former Whataburger in Seminole was a used car dealership by 2007. By 2011, it was housing a used boat dealer. [map]

This former Whataburger in Fort Meade has housed John's Miner's Den since at least 2007. [map]

former Whataburger
Mulberry, FL
former Whataburger
Ruskin, FL
This former Whataburger in Mulberry was vacant when this photo was taken in 2020. It had housed a real estate office and several restaurants after that. [map]

This former Whataburger in Ruskin now houses Barbara's Family Restaurant. [map]

If you know of any other former Whataburger buildings like this, please let me know. For more, see this website.

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