White Castle’s ‘Love Cube’ keeps Valentine’s Day tradition alive
For the true romantics, a fine-dining experience at White Castle on Valentine’s Day is the only way to truly tell your significant other, “I love you.”
However, the Omicron variant of the coronavirus is keeping dining rooms closed this holiday. But before you turn elsewhere, the 101-year-old fast food chain has a plan – the “Love Cube.”
The meal, available for delivery, includes sliders, drinks, sides and a dessert-on-a-stick on Valentine’s Day.
From White Castle:
“The new strawberry swirl cheesecake, which features a delectable swirl of strawberry filling and a chocolate cookie crust, joins the lineup of White Castle’s other desserts on a stick—the fudge-dipped brownie and gooey butter cake.”
The Love Cube costs $14.99 and is available only on Valentine’s Day. White Castle is also offering all customers free delivery on the holiday through its delivery partners for all orders of $15 or more.
“Valentine’s Day dinner at White Castle has been an important tradition for so many of our customers,” said Jamie Richardson, the chain’s vice president said in prepared remarks. “Year in and out, we’re thrilled to be able to bring the experience to life in new and memorable ways.”
Since 1991, the restaurant chain has transformed dining rooms into fine dining establishments for Valentine’s Day, complete with hostess seating, tableside service and festive holiday décor.