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Monday, May 3, 2021

World's Largest White Castle opens in Orlando to massive lines

Posted By on Mon, May 3, 2021 at 10:16 AM

click to enlarge SIERRA WILLIAMS
  • Sierra Williams

Floridians have waited decades for White Castle to come to the state. Compared to that, standing in line overnight for a pack of sliders is nothing.

That's exactly what many Orlandoans did, lining up outside the world's largest White Castle ahead of its grand opening on May 3. Lines stretched around the building and the drive-thru wait became a matter of miles.





Even with the considerable space inside the 4,000+ square foot restaurant, photos from opening day made the fast food chain look mobbed.


And that was merely the scene inside the building. Anticipating demand, White Castle set up tents and cordons to contain the line that promised an hours-long wait. To get a jump on their Crave cases, several people began lining up the night before.



Of course, if you'd like to avoid all that wait, there's always the option of giving it a few weeks. In the meantime, feel free to look inside the White Castle from the comfort of your home.


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