Great news from the folks at Whataburger! The dining rooms are slowly reopening in Texas! Of the 4 locations in Victoria, two of them are now offering Dine-in service once again according to the company's website.

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Hungry Victorians can now return to two of the four Whataburger locations in town and find additional dining rooms that have reopened by visiting the company's website and searching for a specific location. While all Whataburger locations offer drive-thru, curbside, and app delivery, here are the locations in Victoria who have re-opened their dining rooms:

  • Highway 59 and Delmar (3603 Houston highway)
  • Highway 77 and Glascow (8908 N. Navarro)

Whataburger's website lists these two locations as open while the locations at Navarro and Mockingbird, and the Rio Grande and Navarro are still drive-thru only.

Over the last few months, we've remained steadfast in our commitment to the safety of our employees or and our customers, and that isn't going to change. We have teams working around-the-clock taking every possible precaution into consideration, including implementing additional safety and sanitation measures, before reopening any of our restaurants.

Don't expect to see the dining rooms fill to capacity at these locations as Whataburger will still be sticking to some safety guidelines while we all continue to deal with the coronavirus. Dining rooms will be allowed to open at 50% with designated doors for customers entering the dining room and one-way doors assigned as exits.

Whataburger will be checking it's employees' temperatures when they come to work and all employees will be asked to "double hand wash" and change any and all gloves once every 30 minutes. They will also be reviewing food handling courses with all employees.

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