Amarillo6915 W. Interstate 40Opened very late 2002 or early 2003 and closed in 2005. In 2008, it was incorporated into a Sleep Inn as a "free standing accessory building" (it almost appears to be physically connected, but a closer inspection suggests a small breezeway).
Baytown3422 Garth RoadOperated from April 2017 to November 2018.
Beaumont3925 Dowlen RoadHas been Novrozsky's since 2010, appears to have had no other tenants 2006-2010
Houston12403 Westheimer RoadOpened 1998 and closed 2006. A Wamu bank operated briefly around 2008 until Arby's took the space (2011-2015).
Shipley Do-Nuts opened here in October 2016.
5930 Richmond Ave.Opened 2000, closed 2006 and was picked up by Burger King
3055 South Loop West FreewayUnbuilt, construction started around 2015 but in 2017 plans were revised for the unfinished store to become an Arby's, which opened in early 2018.
930 Main StreetInside McKinney Place underground, open 2001-2006 appears to be AT&T store since 2007
4065 Bellaire Blvd.Opened 2002, closed 2006. Became Frost Bank in 2006, which became Prosperity Bank in 2010.
7630 Highway 6 NorthOpened 2000, closed 2006. Building modified to be Lonestar Bank in ~2008.
Missouri City6127 Highway 6A revolving door of restaurants. KK opened in 2000 and closed in 2006.
* It was Arby's from 2007 to 2011, Blu Water Fish Market from 2011 to 2012, Fish Place (same owner, new franchise) to 2012 to 2014.
* It appears that Fazoli's was here before Krispy Kreme, and that there was an Indian restaurant here at one time too.
* Later home to Peter Piper Pizza (~2015) then Bush's Chicken (~2016)
Waco621 North Valley Mills RoadOpen fron February 2004 to September 2005, later Dickey's Barbecue Pit (closed 2008), and now a Schlotzsky's.
Webster510 W. Bay Area Blvd.Opened 1999 and closed 2006. Reopened as Ghengis Grill 2009.

Houston locations courtesy of SpaceGhost. All locations currently listed briefly became "Jumble's Doughnut Factory" after agreements between Krispy Kreme and the franchisee broke down in early 2006.