Industry News | January 3, 2006

Two Columbus White Castle Restaurants Open With New Look

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Two Columbus, Ohio-area White Castles have opened with a newly rennovated design.

The Alum Creek unit is roughly 2,000 square feet in size and showcases the newest reimaging program including white split face block exterior with attractive awnings and a new lighting package and improved customer access. Earth tone colors, branded artwork, accent lighting and a mix of booths and free-standing tables of different heights are featured. There is seating for approximately 50 guests. A new front counter design made of Bisazza glass mosaic tiles serves as a welcoming focal point that is pleasing to the eye and eases the ordering process. The overall decor highlights images from throughout White Castle's nearly 85 years in business. The Grove City location has a similar decor package.

According to Ken Walters, Columbus regional director of restaurant operations, "We have operated restaurants in the Columbus area since 1929 and are extremely proud of the continued opportunity to serve the Columbus market with the same high quality delicious food in comfortable and modern dining environments. We plan to re-open the Castle at Henderson and Kenny Road later this month with a brand new building as well. It's an exciting time for the Columbus region with many of the Castles in the area being remodeled and/or replaced with a new look."

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