|Baytown||3914 Decker Drive||Closed and torn down between January 2002 and January 2004|
|College Station||1200 Brothers Blvd. (inside Wal-Mart)||Opened 1995 after renovations, removed circa 1999 for Radio Grill, later Subway, completely removed when store became Supercenter|
|1500 Harvey Road (in Post Oak Mall)||Originally Pepe's Mexican (local chain), opened in the 1980s, closed 2002 for Sonic (and later, a local outfit called "Flip & Peel Burgers & Fries"), now Charleys Philly Steaks|
|1101 William D. Fitch Pkwy. (adjacent to Exxon)||Originally "101 Greens Prairie Road", opened in late 1990s, closed 2012 when it moved to the other side of the freeway. Reopened as a Mooyah in 2014.|
|Dallas||1028 Valley View Mall||Inside Valley View Mall (suite 30) until relatively recently|
|10453 North Central Expressway||Now Brighter Day Academy.|
|2831 East Ledbetter||Now the corporate office of Williams Chicken.|
|3020 Northwest Highway||Closed before 2001, now home to a TitleMax.|
|410 West Kiest||Closed before 2001, has been Golden Chick since around 2005.|
|1311 Empire Central||Later Empire Cafe & Grill, now Marianna's Cafe (may have replaced "Club Central" nightclub, or is it the other way around?)|
|12710 Executive Drive (inside Fry's Electronics)||Removed. (Want some "fry's" with that?)|
|915 Northpark Center (inside Northpark Center)||Now Brookstone.|
|5203 Harry Hines Blvd. (inside Parkland Memorial Hospital)||* Replaced with U Food & Urban Taco (one place) in the early 2010s, but it closed by late 2015.|
* McDonald's has been here since the late 1990s (at the earliest)
|18190 Dallas Pkwy.||* There's a gas station on this lot (formerly, up to around 2004) but it looks too small to have a McDonald's (the type where the store is tucked below the canopy).|
* However, a small structure to the south of it that's not a car wash disappeared first.
* This may have been a "McDonald's Classic" location.
|1550 S. Harwood Street||Later Blimpie Subs & Salads, and torn down around 2007. It may have been completely shut as early as '02.|
|2253 South Buckner Blvd.||Relocated to 2215 in the late 1990s or 2000. Later became Little T's Tiny Tots but around 2013 became Golden Chick.|
|Denton||1600 South Interstate 35 East||Demolished 2015 for highway construction|
|Fort Worth||2109 West Berry Street||Closed 2002-2003, demolished 2005.|
|2250 East Loop 820||Demolished 2007 for an Exxon/McDonald's combo.|
|4255 Bryant Irving Road||Two story strip mall/office park today, possible former location as per my sources|
|Friendswood||300 Baybrook Mall (inside Sears)||Part of a failed pilot plan, now the optometrist area, Sears closed around 2017|
|Grand Prairie||1401 NW 19th Street||Demolished around 2005 for the construction of the George Bush Turnpike.|
|802 East Main Street||Demolished (for road construction) and replaced with a new store at 813 East Main (around 2002 or 2003).|
|Houston||Town & Country Mall||Third level food court, mall demolished.|
|10610 FM 1960||* Playplace location, closed c. 1997 (WHA)|
* Later a variety of eateries (mostly sports bars and/or chicken wing restaurants), including a full strip club busted for prostitution
* Now a TitleMax
|4510 Main Street||Demolished c. 2005 and remains a vacant lot.|
|6333 Martin Luther King Blvd.||Converted to a convenience store in the early 1990s with the addition of a gas station. Notable for being the first black franchisee in Houston. (Thanks JLWM8609 and Sevfiv)|
|609 Main Street||* this restaurant was torn down in 2003 for the Shamrock Tower project. It was said to be an especially filthy restaurant.|
* McDonald's signed a lease for the lower level of Shamrock Tower, which ended up not being built.
|9203 South Main Street||Closed sometime in the 1990s. By 2002 it was a Shipley Do-Nuts, which it still is.|
|12405 South Main Street||Closed & torn down circa 2001-2002 for expansion of South Main Street.|
|5888 Richmond||Moved to 6000 Richmond in 2013 down the street to build a new restaurant. Later a restaurant simply known as "Chinese Cafe", which closed 1/18.|
|8145 Katy Freeway||*Built in 1990 but demolished in 2005 for Katy Freeway widening project.|
* Currently, a Timewise convenience store sits on the spot.
* Alt. address 8147.
* In 2015, a replacement store was built on the site of the 59 Diner next door.
|Astroworld||Demolished after 2005 season along with park, open seasonally|
|12602 Bissonnet Street||Destroyed in February 2000 arson that claimed the lives of two firefighters. Never rebuilt.|
|7702 N. Shepherd Dr||This is now Garza Veterinary Clinic, having been vacant for a number of years. It closed in 1994. (Thanks JLWM8609 and Sevfiv)|
|8800 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. S (inside Auchan)||Auchan Hypermarket opened 1988 and closed in 2003.|
|1200 McKinney Street (inside Shops at Houston Center)||Here in the late 1990s, unknown suite|
|5608 N. Shepherd Dr||Moved in 1999-2000 and renovated into a strip club, currently "Crazy Horse", previous names include Caliente Kisses (Thanks purpledevil)|
|6610 Harwin Dr.||Office building in 1976, so it must have been inside it.|
* Unless it was the regional office...?
|5930 South Gessner Road||Closed between 2011-2012, had Playplace, possibly something else afterwards.|
|7080 Highway 6 North (inside Wal-Mart)||* The Wal-Mart moved circa 2003 and was redeveloped shortly thereafter.|
* Might have become Radio Grill before closing for good.
|13639 W Montgomery Road||*Found in late 1990s directory, can't find location.|
*Both addresses today correspond to businesses there in even '95.
|1409 Brittmoore Road|
|15700 Kuykendahl Road||* Relocated to 2424 FM 1960 at some point in the early 2000s or late 1990s.|
* This location was later a bar called Pete's Place.
* It was demolished around 2011-2012.
|1213 Federal Road||Closed 2003, demolished late 2005, now Skeeter's Truck Wash|
|1842 Wirt Rd.||Closed in the late 1980s and sold in '91, now Popular Motors. (Thanks sevfiv)|
|185 West Road||Closed permanently as of 2015.|
|5322 West Bellfort Blvd.||Address for the Westbury Professional Building, which appears to be an old motel, though probably not due to it being part of the Westbury Square redevelopment.|
|3006 Gears Road||* The directory said 3006 Greens Road, figured out it was wrong.|
* Now Timmy Chan's (McDonald's closed 2003?)
|12979 Scarsdale Blvd.||Closed by 2002 and demolished by 2004, rebuilt as dental offices|
|17190 Tomball Parkway (inside Mountasia?)||* Address points to a "family fun center" that's been in place since 1995...|
* But there's also a Dippin' Dots inside, which I assume was the old McD's in the late 1990s.
|7121 Fondren Road||Currently Castle Auto Repair, formerly "Antonito's Hondurenos Latin" (sales lot?). Appears to have been sales lot as early as 2002.|
|7703 West Bellfort Street||Torn down in 2009 and later redeveloped into parking lot for Joe V's Smart Shop.|
|9309 Katy Freeway||Demolished for Chase Bank in latter half of the 1990s|
|9125 North Loop East||Closed in 2008.|
|Jersey Village||16002 Northwest Freeway||* Demolished 2013 (closed 2012) for rebuilding the Beltway 8/US-290 interchange.|
* Seems to be originally be numbered as 26002 Hempstead Road
|Schulenberg||718 U.S. Highway 77||* Closed October 2015.|
* I had heard at the La Grange Dairy Queen that it was closed for health reasons, and from the reviews for this location that appears to be correct. Gross.
|Seabrook||2164 Bayport Blvd.||1950s themed inside, may or may not be open by this writing, but as October 2017, had a closing date.|
|Stafford||437 Murphy Road (FM 1092)||Renovated into Emmanuel Pentecostal Church around early 2009, closure unknown|
|Marlin||600 Highway 6 (inside Wal-Mart)||This renovated in the late 1990s, and I remember seeing a McDonald's logo outside the store after the remodel! An old Wal-Mart directory seems to back this up, too. Anyway, it's long gone and there's a McDonald's in the parking lot now.|
|Pasadena||407 W Southmore Ave.||Closed and razed in the 1990s. Now "Bruce Temporary Service", which eventually rebuilt on the razed pad.|
|The Woodlands||610 Sawdust Road (inside Wal-Mart)||Opened c. 2000, closed when Wal-Mart moved ~2007, store now Woodforest National Bank headquarters (hat tip to Trent P.)|