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Jason Perlow

Valentine's Day at WHITE CASTLE!

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http://www.whitecastle.com/ValentinesDay/

Make your Valentine’s Day STEAMY! Take your Valentine to White Castle on Tuesday, February 14 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m and enjoy hostess seating, candlelit dining and your own server. Reservations are required, so check the list below for participating Castles near you!

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:wub: Oh you romantic soul, you! Jason you do know how to make a woman feel special and exalted! Have a delicious day with your loving Rachel ...

Note to Rachel: make reservations for your favorite place soon! :laugh:

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And all this time, my s.o. had me believing that I was the luckiest woman in the world. :biggrin:

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My wife and I did something similar one year. While she went to White Castle, I built a fire and opened a bottle of 1985 Brane Cantenac. We had our mature, mellow Bordeaux wine with slyders. We both were on board, so it wasn't one of us going along for the sake of the other.

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This is truly one for the books! :laugh::laugh::laugh:

The Perlows Visit White Castle to consummate their passion and love among the teenagers who are the only acutal witnesses to the event ... what no wrist corsage for Rachel? No music to waltz to?

Tell me, weren't Tim and Nina Zagat huddled in one corner nibbling sliders with their wine? :rolleyes:

Thanks for making this a wonderful thread, Jason! :biggrin:

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Bravo Jason...You have incorporated WC into Thanksgiving and now Valentines Day.. The man is a genius..


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Bravo Jason...You have incorporated WC into Thanksgiving and now Valentines Day.. The man is a genius..

Yeah, Passover is coming up, but I'm not sure if slyders would work with matzah.

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Yeah, Passover is coming up, but I'm not sure if slyders would work with matzah.

Slider Seders? Yeah, why not?! :laugh:

But then you couldn't ask the four questions properly, beginning with "Why is this night different from all of the other nights?"

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So did you and Rachel have the Sweetheart Special? Were you the only diners over the age of sixteen?

(I love the group shot of the young lovers, especially the kid with the kinda Mohawk on the far right. Does Steven Shaw have a younger brother?)

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So did you and Rachel have the Sweetheart Special? Were you the only diners over the age of sixteen?

No, actually we sat next to an elderly couple earlier!

And yup, we ordered the sweetheart special. Although Rachel also got some fish nuggets and fried mozzarella cheese things.

According to Rachel, the fish nugget things are pretty good.

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THIS is the reason egullet is so wonderful!

(Jason: tell me you and Rachel weren't laughing your butts off!)

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THIS is the reason egullet is so wonderful! 

(Jason: tell me you and Rachel weren't laughing your butts off!)

The mood was universally jovial and playful throughout the restaurant. Everyone was laughing at the situation and thoroughly enjoying themselves.

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I'm most impressed that you rushed home and uploaded photos of your special evening.

I came home and worked for a while, and enjoyed home made burritos while watching the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show with my Afghan, Hannah. So much for romance!


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I'm most impressed that you rushed home and uploaded photos of your special evening.

I came home and worked for a while, and enjoyed home made burritos.  So much for romance.

Actually we went to Target to return a worthless proprietary 60GB video iPod and buy some dog toys, then we went to China 46 to pick up some sauteed greens and noodle soup for later. After all those slyders, we needed something healthy to counterbalance it.

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have i mentioned recently my resentment about white castle's closing all their places around philadelphia? i mean, DAMN.

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Oooh, this makes me wish we had White Castles out here in Seattle... I don't think I've even seen any in Washington. I spent tonight at IHOP, but despite the strawberry crepe, it was nowhere near as romantic as that.

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have i mentioned recently my resentment about white castle's closing all their  places around philadelphia?  i mean, DAMN.

Make that two of us.

One of the closed outlets was at Broad and Catherine, about 15 minutes' walk from me. I would have loved to have been there for an event like this.

Drifting slightly for a minute: There is one small consolation: The Broad and Catherine White Castle was converted into a Popeyes.

However, with some Popeyes franchisees around here apparently giving up the ghost (the one in The Gallery is now just called "New Orleans Chicken"), I'm beginning to worry anew.

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