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USA Today reports that White Castle plans to start testing the sale of beer and wine at one of its units, as it looks to build sales and profits.

According to the story, “The food famously craved by stoners in the 2004 movie Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle can be had with a glass of wine or a domestic or seasonal beer at a Lafayette, Ind., restaurant that fuses a conventional White Castle with a new concept for the company called Blaze Modern BBQ. Wine costs $4.50 and beers start at $3.

If the concept continues to work, the story says,, the company will try rolling it out to other co-branded restaurants, though there could be legal limitations on putting beer and wine in single unit White Castles.
KC's View:
In a previous life, when I went to places like White Castle, it usually was because I had the munchies because of too much to drink. Serving beer and wine might complicate the process to an extent I cannot begin to ponder...