Another day, another Waffle House.
Plans are underway for the 24-hour restaurant to set up shop at Glenwood Place, the intown mixed-used project near Grant Park expected to open this spring, according to What Now Atlanta. The iconic diner will join other restaurants that have reportedly signed on to the project including Chick-fil-A, Starbucks and Chipotle.
Although the Norcross-based chain, which operates more than 1,500 locations nationwide, opened in 1955, its growth and popularity show no sign of slowing down:
Decatur’s second-ever Waffle House opening soon: Decatur’s new Waffle House will open Wednesday. Though apparently forgotten, even by many longtime city staffers and residents, this isn’t the first Decatur Waffle House. [Read more]
Waffle House just served its 1 billionth waffle at an Atlanta location: The restaurant chain at the center of metro Atlanta culture (and stomachs) served a milestone meal. [Read more]
Why Waffle House is the best restaurant in Atlanta: While this city has undergone a culinary revolution in the past several years, one constant has remained: that shining yellow beacon of hope and hashbrowns ... the Waffle House. [Read more]