I’m not going to bury the lead here: There’s a Whataburger in the renovated AT&T Center in San Antonio. As a 100-percent, red-blooded Texan, this is great news. Even better, guests can access this Whataburger location on non-event days.
“We are extremely proud of the new AT&T Center,” said Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, in a statement. “With improvements made at all levels of the arena, fans will have an enhanced experience with improved technology, new seating, and an array of new concession options.”
AT&T Center is located in Bexar County, which implemented a visitor tax that ultimately helped fund the $110 million renovation.
The renovation focused on the fan experience, and upgrades include a larger Fan Shop, a new bar area on the H-E-B Fan Zone level, and more than 600 HD TVs installed throughout the arena. Also, there’s improved Wi-Fi and new seating in the venue.
“This was a substantial project in a condensed timeline,” said Lori Warren, Spurs Sports & Entertainment senior vice president of corporate finance and strategy, in a statement. “It could not have been completed without the selfless collaboration of all those involved. The end result is a first-class facility that the community can really be proud of, and we’re excited for fans to experience the all-new AT&T Center.”
And that Whataburger.
(Image: AT&T Center)