This Texas Burger Icon, Whataburger, Reaches Yet Another Milestone
Whataburger has delivered made-to-order burgers since opening in 1950, and now in San Antonio, the brand is proud to take customer favorites just a little further – right to their front door!
As one of the first cities to roll out delivery, locals can conveniently satisfy their cravings with delivery as an option on Whataburger’s app and at Whataburger.com. Orders will be delivered through a third-party service and bags will be sealed.
Beginning next week, delivery will be available across Whataburger’s 10-state footprint.
Your Whataburger favorites – from your fingertips, directly to your doorstep!
How to enjoy delivery:
- Place your order
- Select your pickup method
- Add your delivery address
- Set your delivery time
- Confirm and pay
- Kick back and relax
Customers who make an account will also start earning rewards to get free food and gain exclusive access to amazing Whataburger deals and offers – including buy one Whataburger online, get one free at participating locations through May 25.
In addition to the new delivery option, Whataburger locations will continue serving customers through the drive-thru and curbside pickup.
Since 1950, we’ve proudly served a bigger, better burger.
Over six decades ago, an adventurous and determined entrepreneur named Harmon Dobson had a bold idea: to serve a burger so big that it took two hands to hold, and so good that after a single bite customers couldn’t help but exclaim, “What a burger!” He named his humble burger stand, located on Ayers Street in Corpus Christi, Texas, “Whataburger.”
Today, our founder’s original vision still inspires everything we do. We’re still family owned and operated. Each and every Whataburger® is still made to order—when it’s ordered. We still use 100% pure beef and serve it on a big, toasted five-inch bun. We still greet our customers with a smile 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And while we now serve hot, fresh food at more than 800 Whataburgers across the country, that burger stand in Corpus Christi is never far from our hearts.