Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

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White Castle is an American regional fast food hamburger restaurant chain founded in 1921. The company is known for its small, square hamburgers, often referred to as "sliders." In addition to hamburgers, the menu includes items such as chicken sandwiches, fish sliders, cheese sliders, fries, onion rings, and breakfast options. A signature offering is their frozen food product line, which features their famous sliders, available in grocery stores across the United States. White Castle operates hundreds of locations primarily in the Midwestern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.
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