OSU Students are going to get one of their strange wishes — no, it’s not an Olive Garden.
Chick-Fil-A, a restaurant with the gall to claim they invented the chicken sandwich, topped a recent Undergraduate survey for most desired restaurant on campus and now, students will have one after a design package was submitted to the University Area Review Board.
This is what a Chick-Fil-A sign looks like
The Chick-Fil-A will be located into The Wellington, with a around 4000 square feet of chicken eating space. The plans also reveal the site will have outside seating for 16, as well accomodation inside for 119.
Chick-Fil-A, is best known for putting a pickle on their pretty basic chicken sandwiches, as well as putting their food inside some kind of always hot, foil bag that just makes the entire set-up too hot, and too wet and greasy to be truly enjoyed. They’re also known for donating to charities that support and push an Anti-LGBT agenda, so there’s that too.
Also coming to Campus? White Castle.
North Columbus has been had their White Castles ravaged by time and development. Most recently (as of last August when the last remaining White Castle was leveled in the Short North) there are no White Castles near Ohio State University.
Well! Do not fret — plans have been submitted to the University Area Review Board to build a White Castle at 2106 North High Street. The plans include pretty typical details save for the fact that this White Castle will be two stories and have upper level seating overlooking High St. Yes, 28 customers may survey their kingdom as they eat fish nibblers and chicken rings.
See Below for Plan Details: