LAS VEGAS, Nevada – A familiar Texas fast food chain has opened on the Las Vegas Strip ahead of Super Bowl LVIII.
Whataburger announced the opening of its newest location on Feb. 7.
The two-story Las Vegas location puts the Texas-based companies reach to 15 states. In addition to menu staples, the Whataburger on the Strip will reportedly feature a special Vegas Whataburger option.
“As the city that never sleeps, and a brand that is open 24/7, it only made sense to bring a Whataburger to the Strip,” Whataburger president and CEO Ed Nelson said. “We’re excited for both locals and visitors to sink their teeth into a fresh new option and find ways to customize their Whataburgers ‘just the way they like it.”
Committing to “serving goodness 24/7,” the restaurant is located next to the Waldorf Astoria and will also feature a second restaurant, Perry’s Pizzeria & Taphouse.
Perry’s will serve New York-style pizza slices, signature pizzas, wings and 120 beers on draft.
The two restaurants will employ over 300 local workers, a Whataburger press release said.