Florida residents are going to get a bite of White Castle.
The fast food chain’s Orlando location – which is additionally the “largest free-standing White Castle in the world” – will open on Monday, May 3, at 8 a.m. Aside being the biggest White Castle, it will likewise be the fast food chain’s first restaurant in Florida since the 1960s, when it had four locations in Miami.
The new restaurant is located close to I-4, between Walt Disney World and Universal Studios, in new development from Unicorp called The Village at O-Town West.
As per a declaration gave to Fox News, White Castle recruited 120 employees – including team members and managers – to staff the location.
The opening will be finished with “fanfare and a ribbon cutting,” and will be gone to by White Castle President and CEO Lisa Ingram, just as local officials and other company leaders, as indicated by the declaration.
On first day of the season, the restaurant will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m., yet it will start its normal operating hours – 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. seven days per week – the following day.
“At some point in the future, White Castle will operate 24 hours per day,” the company said.
As per the declaration, White Castle clients are limited to 60 sliders for every visit.
The restaurant likewise said it is following all of Orange County’s Covid rules, including mask requirements, social distancing and regular cleaning.
White Castle initially declared it was opening a location in Florida in 2019. The area at last kicked things off in November 2020, after Covid related postponements.
A year ago, the organization said the 4,567-square-foot restaurant would have indoor and outdoor seating, two drive-thru lanes and will have “the iconic tower in a sleek, modern industrial-style architectural design.”