LAS VEGAS, NV - JANUARY 3:  A billboard for White Castle hamburgers is viewed on a wall outside the Casino Royale on January 3, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tourism in America's "Sin City" has, within the past two years, made a significant comeback following the Great Recession, with visitors filling the hotels, restaurants, and casinos in record numbers. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

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The White Castle Location Where No One Can Eat
Citizens of Atlanta, Georgia recently discovered a new White Castle restaurant setting up on Edgewood Avenue, but this "new location" is not what it appears to be. The establishment looks like a regular White Castle inside and out, but you can't eat there — it's a film set commissioned by Disney.
Disney sponsored the construction of this White Castle for a new Marvel series, a spin-off of Iron Man called “Ironheart.” Urbanize Atlanta explains that the White Castle might be used for a very intense fight scene, so it's better to build a fake one than trash a real restaurant where customers actually eat.
This isn’t the first time a fast-food restaurant has been built just for appearances; there is a McDonald’s in California that is solely used as a set for shows and commercials. While folks in Atlanta might enjoy the gimmick of the fake White Castle, they’d probably enjoy a new spot to grab some sliders more.