The opening of Las Vegas' first White Castle was greeted by long lines and even a temporary closure so the burger restaurant could restock.
The restaurant closed for two hours on Tuesday, shortly after it opened around 2 p.m.
According to the U.K.'s Daily Mail, customers waited in line for two hours to get a taste of the restaurant's famous sliders and other menu items.
The company's vice president Jamie Richardson told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the store sold 4,000 sliders per hour in its first 12 hours.
He also said he wasn't aware of any similar closing because of demand in White Castle's 94-year history, according to the Daily Mail article.
The new White Castle is located on the Las Vegas Strip between The Venetian and Harrah's.