By fall, Coloradans could be enjoying honey butter chicken biscuits, honey barbecue chicken strip sandwiches and other combinations from the Texas fast-food favorite, Whataburger.
Whataburger has submitted plans to build its first Colorado location at the Interquest Marketplace in North Colorado Springs (not far from the Springs’ first In-N-Out), the Gazette reported on Wednesday.
According to the proposal, construction would start in summer and the restaurant would open by fall.
Last August, Whataburger also announced a new food truck that would begin a national tour in 2021, though it wasn’t clear if the truck would stop in Colorado. Now it’s unclear how many brick-and-mortar stores are planned for the state. Whataburger wasn’t immediately available for comment.
Founded in 1950, Whataburger now operates more than 800 restaurants in 10 states. Its locations are open 24 hours, selling “fresh-never-frozen beef burgers,” and other delights on tortillas, biscuits and Texas toast.
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