White Castle set to open Phoenix restaurant – Here’s what we know
White Castle, the renowned American fast-food chain specializing in steamed sliders, is set to open its doors in Phoenix later this year. This marks the third White Castle location in Arizona, following successful debuts in Scottsdale and Tempe.
The eagerly anticipated restaurant will occupy a prime location on Bullard Avenue, nestled between McDowell Road and Interstate 10. Its proximity to the burgeoning GSQ district, Goodyear’s developing downtown area, further underscores the brand’s confidence in the city’s growth and culinary landscape.
This White Castle establishment will include 52 comfortable seats in the dining room or enjoy the Arizona sunshine on the covered patio, which boasts 14 additional seats. For those on the go, a convenient double drive-thru equipped with digital menu boards will expedite their slider cravings.
The Goodyear White Castle will introduce ‘Julia,’ the brand’s new AI-assisted drive-thru menu board named after Julia Joyce, a beloved host from the 1930s. This cutting-edge technology promises to streamline the ordering process and enhance the overall customer experience.
Founded in 1921 by Billy Ingram and Walter Anderson in Wichita, Kansas. The chain is known for its small, square sliders, which are made with steam-grilled beef patties and served on a signature bun. Today, White Castle has over 375 locations across the US, predominantly in the Midwest and Northeast regions.