From pecan waffles to legendary hash browns, breakfast fare rules at this homey 24-hour chain restaurant--but don't miss the chili..
Since 1955, this Atlanta-based chain has welcomed an all-hours crowd of shift workers, suits, regulars and late-night partiers with comfy booths and an extensive menu of Southern-accented home-style grub. Waffles (pecan or regular) are the restaurant's most popular dish. Other breakfast favorites include porterhouse T-bone steak and eggs, country ham, and signature hash browns cooked seven ways, from smothered with onions to topped with chili or cheese. Another bargain is the bowl of chili, which comes topped with onions, ham and cheese.
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what's that in my eggs. oh that's just a bit of the greasy spoon left from your devouring of a truly inexpensive and good meal. A popular 24-hour resteraunt for late-night partygoers and truck drivers alike, do not expect too much in the way of atmosphere for these quaint diners. All entrees are short order and made while you watch and wait. Popular items on the menu are of course the waffles, bacon, eggs, and hashbrowns. Hashbowns are an added treat, as they can be covered, scattered, or diced. Check out a Waffle House at 2 o'clock some Saturday morning to mind out what that means.
Waffly good food. Waffle House has really good breakfasts...especially their waffles! (Yeah, I know...what a shocking thing to say!) I enjoy their cheese grits and their toast is delicious too. Everything is usually very clean and the staff is usually very nice. The only negative thing to say about Waffle House is that their booths are not fat-friendly to sit in, but of course, there are other places to sit inside!
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