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White Castle Wants an 11-Foot Fort Sign for Casino Royale

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Stop calling it a rumor, because White Castle is 100 percent coming to Las Vegas and coming in strong. As Eater Vegas exclusively first revealed, the premiere White Castle burger restaurant on the West Coast will fulfill all your slider cravings at the Best Western Plus Casino Royale resort.

During a Paradise Town Advisory Board meeting, famed local attorney Greg Borgel and Juan Garcia, general manager for the Casino Royale, stated their case for permission to add a full range of signs to their roof. The flashy displays will entice visitors to their 26,500-square-foot, two-story, $9 million addition, being built to house a new Walgreen's pharmacy on the ground floor and the return of the nation's most popular Denny's restaurant.

Included in the package for permit approval were plans for White Castle to mount an "11 foot fort" overlooking the Las Vegas Strip with a design matching the chain's iconic logo. No updated timetable for completion was offered for this project, set to transform the low-roller casino into fast-casual dining destination.
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