White Castle Offers New Potato Bacon Chowder


Nothing really hits the spot like a nice, hearty chowder. Especially on those cold winter nights. White Castle is introducing their new Potato Bacon Chowder to the menu for those who enjoy the heartiness that only a chowder can bring. Made with chunks of potatoes, chopped veggies and bacon crumbles, the new chowder is served from 10:30 am to 11:00 pm at participating locations.

For those looking for a quick, chowder fix, the limited-time Potato Bacon Chowder starts at starts at $1.99 and comes in three sizes: small (8 ounces), medium (12 ounces) and family-sized (32 ounces).

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  • Linda Lovelush

    Sounds good, but I doubt it’ll last long. Stuff like this just doesn’t survive the fast food world (think McDonald’s pizza, spaghetti and hot dogs).

    When people hit a drive-thru, they’re thinking fast burgers, fries and other ‘grabables’, something they can eat on their way to and fro. That and I’d be a little concerned about what a fast food restaurant puts in their soup and where they get it from. You know they don’t have 5 chefs standing in the back chopping fresh vegetables and making stock with fresh cream. We’re already not *exactly* sure what we’re eating in the standard menu items.

    I love White Castle, but I’ll stick with the sammiches and those yummy clam strips. If I want soup, I’ll make it at home.