News – “WHITE CASTLE IS NOW TAKING VALENTINE’S DAY DINNER RESERVATIONS”

thrillist.com – There’s no one right way to express love. Many give flowers, others craft, and a few house pickle-topper sliders in front of you like they just got out of peewee football practice. All of these are equally valid and beautiful.

 If you fall into this final category, you’ll be pleased to know that White Castle is currently taking dinner reservations for Valentine’s Day. Why? Because the future is strange and wonderful beyond our wildest imaginings. Also, according to Eater, the first official Valentine’s Day at White Castle was celebrated way back in 1991, so this is something of a tradition. People dress up and there are tablecloths and everything.
 Tables are available from 4 to 9pm on February 14, and you’re guaranteed the “royal treatment, aka table service.” Reservations are made through OpenTable, but if you have a party of more than 6 you’ll have to contact your White Castle directly. You’ll find participating restaurants in Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Jersey, New York, and St. Louis.

AHH, LOVE IS IN THE AIR!!! and by love I mean the smells of  those tender little White Castle burgers with those little, itty-bitty grilled onions that just explode in your mouth like flavor crystals every time you bite into one. Look, I get it, it may not be the most romantic valentines destination, but if a broad takes me there and lets me punish a crave case, than guess what, she’s getting a pretty good cubic zirconia engagement ring from kohl’s. 

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