So many diners swarmed the grand opening of San Antonio-based Whataburger’s first Kansas City location that the Missouri Department of Transportation urged drivers to “plz use caution & be courteous.”
MoDOT took to social media Monday to warn residents of the KC suburb of Lee’s Summit that long drive-thru lines were spilling into surrounding thoroughfares. The Kansas City Star shared Instagram photos of a line of dine-in customers that wrapped around the building.
I mean, we know those South Texas-born burgers are craveable. But who'd predict they could become an actual safety hazard?
Franchise partner KMO Burger — which includes KC Chiefs quarterback and Texas native Patrick Mahomes — plans to open 30 of the burger chain's locations across the Sunflower State, the Kansas City Star reports. Its eateries will stretch from Wichita to St. Josephs — for those of you with a knowledge of heartland geography.
Fasten your seatbelts, Kansas, and ask for extra napkins.
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