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Having traveled many miles and ate at over 200 different Waffle Houses, we run across some really great people.  But by far the friendliest Waffle House we have ever been to was the one at Ext 238 in Lebanon Tn.  Be sure to drop by and sit a spell.

The Friendliest Waffle House Staff I have ever met.

 

Photo's of some great people we meet at the Waffle House

 

Most God fearing Redneks know the Waffle House menu by heart.  Personally my favorite dish is a Quarter Cheese Plate Burnt Hold the Garden and my Hash browns Covered and Chunked.  I also like a piece of Pecan Pie Heated and Treated.  If you have never tried it this way, you really need to.  Here is some more interesting facts that you might not know about the often immated but never duplicated
Waffle House.

 

  • The first Waffle House restaurant opened on Labor Day in 1955 in Avondale Estates, Ga.
  • Waffle House currently operates more than 1,400 restaurants in 25 states.
  • The company headquarters of Waffle House, Inc. is located in Norcross, Ga.
  • Waffle House is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (including Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s).
  • The number one Waffle House item sold is coffee. Waffles are number three, right after hashbrowns.
  • Challenged to a test, Waffle House has found at least 22,020,096 different ways to prepare its USDA Choice hamburgers.
  • More than 418,761,000 waffles (and counting!) have been served since 1955.
  • Waffle House restaurants serve more than 80 million cups of coffee each year.
  • If you stack all of the Jimmy Dean sausage patties Waffle House sells in one day, the stack would be as tall as the Empire State Building.
  • Waffle House sells enough Bryan bacon in one year to stretch from Atlanta to Los Angeles 7 times.

Waffle House is the world’s leading server of:

  • waffles

  • T-bone steaks

  • omelets

  • cheese ‘n eggs

  • USDA Choice hamburgers

  • country ham

  • pork chops

  • grits

  • hashbrowns

  • patty melts

  • raisin toast

  • apple butter

  • Heinz Traditional Steak Sauce

You know they say only Redneks eat at the Waffle House but just to prove them wrong here are a list of some celebreties who have been see eating there.

 

 

  • Hootie and the Blowfish released a CD in 2000 entitled: "Scattered, Smothered & Covered" and pictured a Waffle House restaurant on the cover.
  • After enjoying a meal at a Destin, Fla., Waffle House, TV talk show host Rosie O’Donnell flew a grill operator and two salespeople to New York to be on her show in December, 2000. They presented her a "Waffles for Life" certificate.
  • Waffle House was prominently featured in a scene of "Tin Cup," a feature film starring Kevin Costner.
  • The R & B group "112" filmed their "It’s Over Now" video at a Snellville, Ga., Waffle House.
  • A sampling of the many celebrities that have been seen eating in a Waffle House:
  • Pop star Britney Spears
  • Former President George Bush
  • NFL star Emmitt Smith
  • NFL star Eddie George
  • Tennis pro Pete Sampras
  • Rapper Ludacris
  • Country singer LeAnne Rimes
  • Country singer Vince Gill and wife Amy Grant
  • Actor Billy Bob Thornton
  • Comedian Jeff Foxworthy
  • Singer Faith Hill