Waffle House is a late-night legend, beckoning to sleepy truckers and inebriated revelers along interstates opposite a southern United States.
The chain’s unfair and artless exteriors do small to teach certainty in a culinary abilities therein. However, notwithstanding Waffle House’s repute as a haunt of those who are not of solemn minds, it is increasingly receiving approval from more-prestigious sources.
“It is indeed miraculous — an irony-free section where all is pleasing and zero hurts; where everybody regardless of race, creed, color, or grade of inebriation is welcomed,” Anthony Bourdain pronounced of Waffle House after visiting with Sean Brock, a James Beard Award-winning cook formed in Charleston, South Carolina, and a clinging fan of a chain.
On a new outing to Charlottesville, Virginia, we motionless to stop by Waffle House to see how it has managed to win over everybody who has stepped by the artless doors.