White Castle isn’t going to let something like a global pandemic stop their annual Valentine’s Day celebrations. The fast food chain just announced they are bringing back their 30-year Valentine’s Day dining tradition, just with a twist.
Since many restaurants are closed to in-person dining due to the coronavirus, this Valentine’s Day White Castle will instead transform their restaurants into classic drive-ins, allowing customers to enjoy the their Valentine’s meal, while still social distancing.
Of course you can’t just drive up and expect to be served. Customers will have to make a reservation, and once they do they will be able to pull up to a parking space, where a White Castle staffer will take their order and deliver it to their car. Reservations are limited so those interested will need to head to OpenTable to hold their parking space as soon as possible.
And if you’re wondering what person would find White Castle romantic for Valentine’s Day. Well, apparently a lot of them – with about 30,000 people dining at the fast food chain on the romantic holiday each year.
Source: Yahoo Finance