Industry News | January 18, 2012

Romance Is in the Air at White Castle

Celebrate Valentine's Day with the taste you crave, and top it off with a new dessert.

White Castle is once again hosting its famous Valentine's Day dinner and Castles are now taking reservations.

Devoted couples can enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner Tuesday, February 14 that is easy on the wallet and is complete with special menus, tableside service and themed decorations at most White Castle restaurants.

Menu specials and hours vary by location and reservations fill up quickly. 

"Since the beginning of our sit-down Valentine's Day dinner, the event has grown into a system-wide, nationally known event," says Jamie Richardson, Vice President of Corporate Relations.

"It's the commitment and loyalty from our Cravers that has turned the White Castle Valentine's Day dinner into the success it is today. For an event that started 21 years ago in only a few regions, the White Castle Valentine's Day dinner has grown in popularity and has become a tradition among couples, friends and families."

During the event, White Castle is launching its new dessert: fudge-dipped cheesecake on a stick.

For Cravers who dine-in for Valentine's Day dinner, dessert is free. In addition to the free dessert, White Castle is offering special bundle meals (prices and bundle menu items vary by region).

Visit the White Castle website for reservation details, telephone numbers and special menu bundles.

Each reservation party receives a complimentary digital photo available through the White Castle website after the event. All photos are available for download February 29 and are searchable by region and Castle location.

"Valentine's Day dinner is a fun event that every White Castle team member looks forward to," Richardson says.

"This is a favorite Cravable event for families, especially with young children, groups of friends and of course couples."

White Castle is a family-owned business based in Columbus, Ohio that owns and operates more than 400 White Castle restaurants in 11 states. The company was founded in Wichita, Kansas in 1921 and is America's first fast-food hamburger chain.

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