Ask around Southwest Michigan what restaurants they most want to come to town, and invariably, someone will say White Castle. So why does the chain continue to pass Kalamazoo by and open up restaurants in out of the way places like Anderson, Indiana?

The city made a big deal of the ribbon cutting of the city's new White Castle recently.

As one commentor on reddit noted, the ribbon cutting happens at exactly 4:20 on this video. How apropos.

As any Kalamazoo area White Castle devotee knows the closest White Castle to our area is Michigan City at US 20 and US 421 or in the Metro Detroit area.

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