IT'S HUGE! White Castle comes to Fun Spot Orlando, for two days only

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Confession: I've never tried White Castle. I know it's one of those chains that inspires fanatic loyalty, though (as per the Harold & Kumar franchise), and I know that the closest one to Orlando is in Tennessee, so I imagine the feelings of a White Castle maniac must be similar to mine about In-N-Out Burger: a fond memory, and a necessary pilgrimage whenever you're close enough.

Well, White Castle lovers, you're in for a big treat: huge meets tiny when the White Castle food truck rolls into Fun Spot territory this month. You'll be able to satisfy your craving for those little steamed-beef sliders Feb. 19-20 at the Orlando location (5700 Fun Spot Way, 407-363-3867), and Feb. 21-22 in Kissimmee (2850 Florida Plaza Blvd., 407-397-2509). So if you want that feeling, "the feeling that comes over a man when he gets exactly what he desires," head on down to thrilltown. Maybe give the roller coasters a miss after you gorge, though, eh?





Harold: I want that.
Kumar: What? A Hot Dog Heaven super chili cheese dog?
Harold: No. I want that feeling. The feeling that comes over a man when he gets exactly what he desires. I need that feeling!
Kumar: Are you saying what I think you're saying?
Harold: We gotta go to White Castle.
Kumar: YES! YES! I knew you had it in you, dude!



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