Kids eat free at ‘Lunch With Santa’ today at White Castle


Kids who attend a “Lunch With Santa” event at participating White Castle restaurants Sunday, Dec. 9 will score a free lunch. 

The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at more than 200 participating White Castle restaurants. There is a limit of four children per adult. 

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A list of participating White Castle restaurants can be viewed at s3.amazonaws.com/static-whitecastle-com/LunchWithSanta-LocationsCincinnati.pdf. The list includes several restaurants throughout the Miami Valley, including locations in Dayton, Springfield, Hamilton, Middletown, Huber Heights, Trotwood, Kettering, Wilmington, Monroe and West Chester. 

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Kids will have a choice of menu options:

• Two Original Sliders, Cheese Sliders, Veggie Sliders or six-piece Chicken Rings;

• A side of Motts Applesauce or kids-size french fries; 

• A Motts Apple Juice Box, milk or a small soft drink.

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This is the 7th consecutive year White Castle will be hosting the Lunch With Santa event.


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