The company claims to be the world’s largest seller of several of its menu item, including the namesake waffles, ham, pork chops, grits, and T-bone steaks.
Almost every Waffle House has a jukebox and, starting back in 2008, began offering candlelit dinners for Valentine’s Day.
This area is being redeveloped and this restaurant needs to be remodeled. The employees there deserve to work in a better environment. Reply I have been a WH regular since the mid 60’s in Doraville, GA. We quit ordering Bacon for a while and then today decided to try it again. I literally had to wipe my tongue off because the rancid taste was so bad. I have to say the absolute worst food we ever had in the many years of dinning out.
(Close to the original WH) Well a new Waffle House opened closer to our home in Tucker, GA on Lawrenceville Highway. The food was greasy like the tables, dishes, glasses and just nasty.
They also wanted food to be around the clock – meaning waffles for dinner was going to be OK!
The first restaurant was located in Avondale Estates, Georgia. During the 1960s, the company opens 44 more restaurants and begins to franchise. In 2006, the company finally begins to accept credit cards, after being cash only.
The staff is awful and believe me that’s being nice.
as she was trying to re order another one the cook , to whom name was Jack, have two tattoo shelves on, and a tattoo on his neck, replied out loud, ” what does she want it..Although the company is privately owned and does not disclose financial information, the company says that 2% of all eggs used in the food service industry are sold to Waffle House.In 2012, CEO Joe Rogers, Jr, is accused of an inappropriate sexual relationship with his housekeeper. Today, Waffle House operates over 2100 restaurants in 25 US states.Reply I have been a reg at Waffle House in Oak Ridge Tn it was horrible waitress just stood gossiping with Sarah & Angie wasn’t doing noth but saying it was shift change & we never got a drink.I called the manager but they didn’t have one it was a stand and n.