And yesterday Alice Cooper became its latest inductee.
The Detroit-born rocker has long been a fan of the fast food sliders, even serving them at the after party for the Tribeca Film Festival premier of his documentary Super Duper Alice Cooper.
Also a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cooper has been a fan of White Castle since his childhood and his love of music blossomed along with his affinity for the tiny, greasy burgers.
Asked how his inductions feels in comparison to that of the most prodigious hall of fame a musician can be honored with an induction to, Copper coyly commented that there was "no comparison".
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