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Feltner’s Whatta-Burger Still Going Strong

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Feltner’s Whatta-Burger is an Arkansas institution and the perfect lunch stop while exploring the Natural State. Whether you’re looking for a burger or a sweet treat, you can find it all here at this family-owned restaurant in Russellville, Arkansas. And we finally got the answer to which came first…Whataburger in Texas vs. Feltner’s Whatta-burger! Join Arkie Travels as they share the history of this Arkansas treasure!

 

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Paul and Sarah are a husband and wife travel team who love exploring The Natural State and want to encourage you to too! They eat local, shop local and stay local and are proud to support Arkansas owned businesses. For more information on their travels all over our home state, follow them on social media @ArkieTravels or visit their website at www.arkietravels.com.

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3 responses to “Feltner’s Whatta-Burger Still Going Strong”

  1. William Wells says:

    I love eating at. Watta buger the foods great at a great price

  2. Pat says:

    I loved working for the Feltner’s when I was in high school. I graduated in 1978. Still go there every chance I get when I’m in town. They have the best burgers you could ever ask for!

  3. Joyce M. Sanderson says:

    Being going to Whatta-Burger for more than 35 years. Went to Arkansas Tech, right across the street and this was a poplar lunch stop. When you went back to class after eating, everyone knew where you had been (the aroma permeates your clothing). After college, it has been a special place to stop for lunch or dinner . Bob Feltner used to donate white sacks to our church every year for “Christmas ” sacks where, candy, nuts and cookies were filled in them to give away. Can’t beat a Whatta Burger and sure won’t be hungry after eating all of those golden fries.

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