Norcross, GA (RestaurantNews.com) After jovial outbursts of holiday cheer, merry sing-alongs around the hearth, and cooking festive treats for days, it might be a good idea to take a minute to just soak the season in. No cooking, no cleanup after, just enjoying the people around you and some delicious food. Surely that would be some fantasyland—maybe at the North Pole. Though there may not, or very well may, be elves and reindeer frolicking in the parking lot, what if such a place was just around the corner?
Waffle House restaurants are always open! For Christmas Eve, for Christmas, for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, for Hanukah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, and even for Festivus.
“If you’re going to be a service to the community, you should be a 24/7/365 service,” says Waffle House Co-Founder Joe Rogers Sr.
Come what may—rain, wind, snow, lots of snow, hurricanes, abominable snowmen… Waffle House is there for you to provide a fun, family atmosphere with good food served fast and friendly.
“Whether you’re a regular or even just looking for a place to dine on your travels, we welcome you and your family this holiday season,” says Waffle House President and CEO Walt Ehmer. “Join the tradition that is enjoying the Holidays at Waffle House.”
If you aren’t quite sure which corner on which to locate one of these enchanting, mesmerizing establishments, have no fear. Just pull out that mini-computer you tote in your pocket (aka smartphone), download the free Waffle House locator app (available for iPhone and Android), and you’ll be on your merry way. Restaurant locators of magical mystery can also be found at www.wafflehouse.com.
“The Waffle House family wishes you and yours a safe and happy holiday season!” exclaims Ehmer.
About Waffle House® restaurants
Headquartered in Norcross, GA, Waffle House® restaurants have been serving Good Food Fast® since 1955. Today the Waffle House system operates more than 1,700 restaurants in 25 states and is the world’s leading server of waffles, T-bone steaks, hashbrowns, cheese ‘n eggs, country ham, pork chops and grits.