Last year, I found out about the White Castle Valentine’s Day Dinners.
Participating White Castles take reservations for this event. You are greeted at the door by a host/hostess dressed to the nines, who will escort you to your tablecloth-covered, candlelit table.
(Pictures from Off The Broiler)
It was perfect for us! We immediately made reservations and eagerly awaited our date.
However, mother nature had other plans for us – a horrible snowstorm kept us from scarfing down those delectable mini burgers and the inevitable stomachache that follows soonafter.
With our first Valentine’s Day as a married couple less than a month away, we had been looking forward to making reservations at our local White Castle once again.
Then we realized that this year’s Valentine’s Day will fall during our week-long visit to Los Angeles.
Where there is no White Castle.
Needless to say I was severely disappointed. Then J made a suggestion that made me look forward to February 14th with glee.
“Why don’t we go to In-and-Out?”
J and I LOVE In-and-Out! We are forever lifting our fists at the powers-that-be for not opening a restaurant here on the east coast. As a result we always gorge on the stuff whenever we venture out west.
So it’s settled. We will be happily celebrating this year’s Valentine’s Day at In-and-Out.
Now if only they served beer at In-and-Out…
Thats because we have no White Castle on the west coast. It’s all about the yin and yang and balancing of the forces of good and evil. Or sith and jedi.
In a perfect world, there would be White Castles and In-and-Out EVERYWHERE! (But then again Harold & Kumar wouldn’t have been able to make a movie…)
Ohhh In n out! Thats the bomb! 🙂
I am a Canadian so I’ve never eaten at either In-and-Out or White Castle, but it sounds like fun! 🙂
I love love In N Out! 🙂 No beer, but when you go, be sure to order a root beer float. Delicious!