5 top-rated Whataburger restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth

A sign for a Whataburger fast food restaurant in Nacogdoches, Texas.

A sign for a Whataburger fast food restaurant in Nacogdoches, Texas.


Texas is home to nearly 1,000 Whataburger restaurants, but what are some of the highest-rated locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area?

Whataburger is celebrating 73 years of service this week with free burgers for rewards members. The only thing hungry fans need to do is download the Whataburger app, make an account and have purchased anything in the last year.

But which restaurants in North Texas do patrons rate the highest? Here are the top five Whataburger restaurants according to Yelp.

3.2/5: 4120 S. Collins St.

  • Where: Arlington
  • Hours: Open 24 hours
  • Reviews: 54

One reviewer celebrated the location’s delivery methods, citing how secure the drinks were. Another reviewer cited how the manager was eager to fix the minor mistake that came with their order.

3/5: 11740 Plano Road

  • Where: Dallas
  • Hours: Open 24 hours
  • Reviews: 45

A reviewer wrote that their work partner wasn’t able to see the menu and a manager delivered a recap of what the restaurant serves.

2.9/5: 5351 N. Beach St.

One reviewer gave a shout-out to the drive-thru employee who made sure their food order was correct, along with throwing in a few extra condiments with their order.

2.9/5: 18180 Dallas Parkway

  • Where: Dallas
  • Hours: Open 24 hours
  • Reviews: 84

A reviewer cited that every time they visit this location, an employee named Titus provides positive vibes and unparalleled professionalism with every order.

2.9/5: 3521 N. Central Expressway

  • Where: Plano
  • Hours: Open 24 hours
  • Reviews: 82

One reviewer lives near this location and is a frequent customer — the reviewer lauded the employees for always making sure their order is correct and for their nice personalities.

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Brayden Garcia is a service journalism reporter at the Star-Telegram. He graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2020, where he worked at the student newspaper, The Shorthorn. He previously worked at The Dallas Morning News covering education.

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