|Amarillo||6915 W. Interstate 40||Opened 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).|
|Baytown||3422 Garth Road||Operated from April 2017 to November 2018.|
|Beaumont||3925 Dowlen Road||Has been Novrozsky's since 2010, appears to have had no other tenants 2006-2010|
|Houston||12403 Westheimer Road||Opened 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 Freeway||Unbuilt, 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 Street||Inside 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 North||Opened 2000, closed 2006. Building modified to be Lonestar Bank in ~2008.|
|Missouri City||6127 Highway 6||A 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)
|Waco||621 North Valley Mills Road||Open fron February 2004 to September 2005, later Dickey's Barbecue Pit (closed 2008), and now a Schlotzsky's.|
|Webster||510 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.