Flower Mound has a number of restaurants that can please most taste buds.

One exception—Whataburger—stands out as a missing staple from the town's restaurant scene. However, that will change soon.

The Flower Mound Town Council on April 3 unanimously approved an ordinance to allow a Whataburger and two other restaurants to be constructed. The proposed changes add an updated concept plan and a landscape plan, and provide elevations for the three fast-food restaurants, according to council agenda information.

Those restaurants include not only a Whataburger, but also a Slim Chickens restaurant and a Dutch Bros coffee establishment all located south of Sagebrush Drive and west of Long Prairie Road.

“It’ll be great to actually have a Whataburger in town,” Council Member Jim Engel said.

Flower Mound is the largest city in Texas without a Whataburger, Engel said. The closest Whataburger is in Highland Village on Justin Road.

The goal is to start construction on the restaurants this summer, and all three restaurants could be ready by this time next year.