White Castle reopens Short North location; will serve beer & wine


COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Sliders will once again be served in the Short North and now, you will be able to wash them down with beer or wine.

White Castle reopened its flagship restaurant in Columbus' Short North neighborhood Monday, located at 965 N. High St.

The new White Castle will offer an expanded menu and the restaurant now will serve beer and wine for its 21-and-older dine-in customers.

The new location accommodates up to 50 guests in the dining room and features an open kitchen design, table service, free WIFI, TVs, Grubhub delivery and local artwork.

The restaurant also will include a drive-thru that runs through the development’s parking garage with the entry located on West 2nd Avenue Additionally, the new Castle will include beer and wine as menu options.

A grand opening celebration will be held at the new location on July 7. Beginning at 5 p.m., the first 50 customers will receive a coupon for a free 10-sack of original sliders on their next visit and a drawstring bag. The company also will be awarding other prizes during the celebration.

“White Castle is extremely proud to call Columbus home, and we’re really excited about the opening of this new location in the ‘Art and Soul’ of the city,” said CEO of White Castle Lisa Ingram. “With close proximity to the many restaurants, bistros and businesses that call the Short North home, we feel this will be the perfect environment for the White Castle brand to expand anything, anytime dining options in a neighborhood we’ve called home since 1968.”

White Castle relocated its home office to Columbus in 1934.