White Castle to sell 'Slyders' in the St. Croix valley

Full story: TwinCities.com

Can you smell 'em already? The St. Croix River Valley will get its first White Castle next summer when the company opens a restaurant in Oak Park Heights.
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trolls

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Mark wrote:
nasty... I don't understand how anyone eats them. It's basically dog food.
Alcohol and/or marijuana help. Try it sometime.
Le Braun

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Bring back Clarks subs !!!!
Bucky Badger

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About time Stillwater got a little class
wildnwooley

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#25
Aug 3, 2010
 
I second that emotion about Clarks!!!!!!

Be nice to not have to go to Robert St or White Bear Ave for my slider and scabs fix!!!
Holden Caulfield

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How about an "In-N-Out" franchise in St. Paul????
Holden Caulfield

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Order with "hold the onions" if you want to have sex with someone besides yourself.....
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Aug 3, 2010
 
Dick wrote:
I remember the White Castle at Lexington and University just kitty corner from the old St Paul Saints ballpark.
In the 1940s I think a hamburger there cost around 3 cents.
It has become famous enough that packages of White Castles appear in supermarkets as far west as San Francisco.
the Saints ballpark moved northwest a few miles, but that White Castle is still there and operating to this day.
Rachel May

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Aug 3, 2010
 
Nooooo!! to Clarks Subs. IN-N-OUT Burger>>Yes. And what grade of beef does White Castle use for those belly bomb sliders??
Johnny Jacob

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Another whining Democrat.
Mark wrote:
nasty... I don't understand how anyone eats them. It's basically dog food.
Chuck

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People actually eat White Castle crap?

And live?
Dick L

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IrishMN wrote:
Oak Park Heights City Administrator Eric Johnson said: "We're excited to see some additional development in the city, especially a quality operation like White Castle."
The man should be shot at sunrise. He can not be sane if he makes a statement like that.
What do you know about being sane??
Dick L

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Mark wrote:
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the Saints ballpark moved northwest a few miles, but that White Castle is still there and operating to this day.
Actually, it's kitty-corner from where it used to be.
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Aug 3, 2010
 
Rachel May wrote:
Nooooo!! to Clarks Subs. IN-N-OUT Burger>>Yes. And what grade of beef does White Castle use for those belly bomb sliders??
Are you thinking about the old IN-OUT IN-OUT Walking Tacos on University Avenue?
Pete Wendell

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Aug 3, 2010
 
IrishMN wrote:
Oak Park Heights City Administrator Eric Johnson said: "We're excited to see some additional development in the city, especially a quality operation like White Castle."
The man should be shot at sunrise. He can not be sane if he makes a statement like that.
Oh...the execs at White Castle must have contributed money to Republicans to illict this post.
Editor

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sloppy language wrote:
Sliders, not Slyders. It's a descriptive word, not a trademarked product name.
You are right. Headline has been fixed. Thanks for pointing it out.
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Best Burger Ever, Need One In Cottage Grove
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One more "quality" business for Stillwater. Call it Oak Park but it clutters up the road into Stillwater. That area on Hwy. 36 looks like Hicksville. Appropriate considering Stillwater politics. I'm sure White Castle will be the current mayor's new fav. He's probably calling them already to let them know he's the mayor and he will expect his discount.
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Aug 3, 2010
 
Toot Toot!
Vincent

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Aug 4, 2010
 
Holden Caulfield wrote:
How about an "In-N-Out" franchise in St. Paul????
"That's what she said"
Smith_St_Guy

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Aug 4, 2010
 
NickIrishMNColeman wrote:
Oak Park Heights City Administrator Eric Johnson said: "We're excited to see some additional development in the city, especially a quality operation like White Castle."
The man should be shot at sunrise. He can not be sane if he makes a statement like that.
I wouldn't be bashing fast food resturants if I were you, Nick. Now that you've been booted off the St. John's campus, McD's and White Castle are your last career choices!

Life really went downhill now that mommy isn't around to get jobs for you, didn't it Nick? LOL!

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