Whataburger announces opening dates for more than a dozen restaurants across Kansas City

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INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A day after FOX4 told you that the Lee’s Summit Whataburger location would be the first in the metro to open, the company said it will open a total of two restaurants in the Kansas City metro this month.

The company also released anticipated dates for more than a dozen additional Whataburger locations across the Kansas City area through 2023.

The Lee’s Summit Whataburger at 1450 N.E. Douglas St. will open Monday, Nov. 15 at 11 a.m.

Whataburger said its location at 18902 E. U.S. 40 Highway in Independence will open two weeks later on Monday, Nov. 29.

Whataburger said the following locations will open over the next seven or eight months.

  • 8420 W. 135th St., Overland Park, Kansas – late 2021/early 2022
  • 905 Hwy 7, Blue Springs, Missouri – early 2022
  • 1921 W. Foxwood Dr., Raymore, Missouri – summer 2022
  • West 95th Street and Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, Kansas – summer 2022

KMO Burger, an investment company which includes Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, also plans to open a number of locations into 2023. The franchise expects this to be the schedule that its restaurants open, beginning early next year:

  • 10780 Parallel Parkway, Kansas City, Kansas – early 2022
  • 11300 Nall Ave. Overland Park, Kansas – spring 2022
  • 400 NW Barry Road, Kansas City, Missouri – summer 2022
  • Southwest corner 159th St and Hwy 69, Overland Park, Kansas – summer 2022
  • 14123 W. 135th St., Olathe, Kansas – late summer 2022
  • 9100 Block MO-45, Parkville, Missouri – fall 2022
  • Southeast corner Interstate 435 and Bannister Road, Kansas City, Missouri – 2023
  • Highway 152 and North Booth Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri – 2023

Whataburger is currently hiring in the Kansas City metro. The company said it plans to have more than 400 employees here by the end of 2021. It hopes to hire 1,000 additional employees in 2022.

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