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One-of-a-kind, exclusively designed Whataburger opens its doors in Austin

The unique Whataburger location that opened in Austin, Texas.

AUSTIN, Texas -- A new Whataburger opened its doors in Austin this week, and you won’t find any other location like it, ABC affiliate KVUE reported.

The restaurant at 1616 East Oltorf near Interstate Highway 35 has a design exclusive to Austin, the fast food chain said.

It features outdoor patio seating, a larger dining area that seats 100, digital menu boards and recycling and compost bins.

“As Austinites, we like to stand out from the crowd,” a Whataburger spokesperson said in a statement. “Why would our local Whataburger be any different?”

The location at the site of a former Luby’s restaurant also boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a bright, open design.

But the one-of-a-kind Whataburger still serves the same burgers loved by Texans all over.

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  1. Have eaten at Whataburger a few times, was not impressed. Haven’t figured out what makes it Texans favorite burger joint. I find Wendy’s best for biting into meat, not a lot of bread.

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