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White Castle is an American fast food restaurant chain that is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. It is credited for being America’s first fast-food restaurant. Currently, it boasts of more than 420 outlets across 14 states.

White Castle was the first to produce the small and square hamburgers commonly referred to as “sliders”. They were first priced at 5 cents back in the 1920s. This later changed to 10 cents in the 1940s.

The company’s mission is to feed the hunger, dreams, and hopes of its team members as well as to build communities centered on friendship and innovation.

What time does White Castle open?

Monday 24 hours
Tuesday  24 hours
Wednesday  24 hours
Thursday  24 hours
Friday  24 hours
Saturday  24 hours
Sunday  24 hours

Is White Castle open today? Is White Castle open tomorrow?

Is White Castle open on Sunday? Yes, it is open

White Castle closing time

What time does White Castle close? Usually, it operates 24 hours.

History

White Castle was first established in Wichita, Kansas on September 13, 1921, by Walter Anderson and Billy Ingram. Anderson had operated food stands in Wichita before. After running three locations, he partnered with Ingram to open a fourth.

They had $700 on them which they used to establish White Castle. Together, they turned the establishment into a chain of restaurants and marketed the brand into what it is today. Back then, the general public was not open to eating ground beef.

This was due to a novel that was published in 1906 highlighting the lack of proper sanitation in the meatpacking industry. Anderson and Ingram set out to change this perception. Their outlets comprised stainless steel interiors and employees who wore spotless outfits. This helped to invoke a perception of cleanliness among the people.

The success that both Anderson and Ingram had led to a lot of imitators. Restaurants mimicked the unique architecture that White Castle used in its buildings. Some played around with the name “White Castle” by replacing the word “White” with other colors or “Castle” with a word of their own. Despite this, none of them was able to match to White Castle’s success.

Due to a lack of supporting infrastructure, the company put up its own meat supply plants, warehouses, and centralized bakeries. It also set up Porcelain Steel Buildings, a subsidiary that produced prefabricated and moveable steel structures that had porcelain enamel exterior and interior panels that could be put together at any of White Castle’s sites.

1959 marked the first time the restaurant expanded to other markets since the 1920s. Throughout its time, it has remained a privately-owned company. None of its stores are franchised.

White Castle Holiday Hours – Open

Date Holiday
January 21 Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February 14 Valentine’s Day
February 18 President’s Day
March 5 Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday
March 17 St. Patrick’s Day
April 19 Good Friday
April 21 Easter Sunday
April 22 Easter Monday
May 5 Cinco de Mayo
May 27 Memorial Day
July 04 Independence Day
September 02 Labor Day
June 16 Father’s Day
May 12 Mother’s Day
October 14 Columbus Day
October 31 Halloween
November 11 Veterans Day
November 28 Thanksgiving Day
November 29 Black Friday
December 24 Christmas Eve
December 26 Day after Christmas
December 31 New Year’s Eve
January 01 New Year’s Day

White Castle Holiday Hours – Closed

Date Holiday
December 25 Christmas Day

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Business Directions

The most popular offering by White Castle is the Original Slider, a burger that was uniquely developed by the restaurant in 1921. The menu has grown to offer more foods including combos, big craves, drinks, desserts, breakfast, side dishes, coffee and condiments, Veggie Sliders, and dairy-free buns.

Key Facts

White Castle has been behind the invention of several things in the fast-food industry. Walter Anderson is acknowledged for inventing the hamburger bun while Billy Ingram the paper hat. While White Castle was founded in Wichita, Kansas, it hasn’t had a branch there since 1938. One of its most acknowledged activities, however, is the publishing of an internal employee magazine back in the 1920s. The magazine was dubbed the White Castle House Organ and consisted mostly of photographs and letters of workers, company milestones, retirements, promotional announcements, and items of interests arranged geographically.

Conclusion

White Castle has been around for a long time. Due to the nature in which its run, it has remained relatively small when compared to some if its competitors. It still, however, manages to meet the ever-growing need for fast food by Americans. If you need a hamburger, White Castle offers the best in the industry.

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