Instead of stumbling in to White Castle to get a Crave Case after a night on the town, White Castle could be your night on the town. The steamed burger chain is testing out sales of beer and wine at one location in Indiana.
The Associated Press says the 90-year-old company is trying the booze shilling at a location in Lafayette, Ind., that combines a traditional White Castle burger joint with a Blaze Modern BBQ.
At the Indiana location, a glass of wine goes for $4.50 and domestic beer for $3.
White Castle spokesman Jamie Richardson tells The Columbus Dispatch that feedback from consumers has been better than expected. But he says the company hasn’t decided whether to expand alcohol sales or the new concepts.
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White Castle Chain Considers Alcohol Sales [Associated Press]