I didn’t know that and I appreciate the tip!
I found 2 or 3 listed around Birmingham, but their phones are disconnected. However, there’s at least one New Orleans Famous Fried Chicken left in Columbia, Tennessee!
Yes, the The Omelet Shoppe was Birmingham, Alabama-based and used the “Omelet” spelling.
The Omelet Shoppe corporate entity is gone but there are some former franchisee’s still operating under the name. They’re few and far between.
Did you know Waffle House has a “Regulars” Club?
It’s free to join and you get deals and coupons and stuff. I just got a coupon for a Free Waffle.[8D]
Just printed one for me and my Bride. A perfect Date Night![:D][8D]
Here’s how to do it:
I’ll take that sausage, Michael.
I have been a fan of the Waffle House for 40 years. I am sure that some have issues on occasion but I have never experienced one. I truly enjoy their breakfast. They have a very unusual concept as each one I have ever visited is very small but they stay packed around Knoxville, TN
Paul E. Smith
Lox AND anchovies? At the same time?
and yes, i am a waffle house regular 🙂
She certainly does; she also has lox on her bagels, and anchovies!! Her sister wants strawberry white butter, only![lol]
And I don’t plan on driving to OHIO to find that good one.
No and So Carolina convinced me it is better to go hungry.
You’re not going to drive to Ohio to find a good one? And here I thought you liked me.
so wait…….. this report spans a 14 month period, and 100 stores each of the top 10 chains….
if we are going to be “statistically correct” the number of each chain needs to be taken into account, also, the time of day inspections were made, the time of year needs to be taken into account also…..
if a dirty kitchen floor falls under “critical violation” how many of those were listed vs salmonella in the eggs ?? just saying…
you should put as much into someone elses statistics as you can put into your own pocket……. numbers are the easiest thing in the world to manipulate, and in this day and age, you cant trust the publishers, let alone the ground pounders….
My granddaughter is begging me to take her to the “Wapple House”. She refuses to call it anything else, even though she is 11 years old. She wants to go and see all of her friends (the wait staff) and have lots of sausage!
I sure hope her sausage isn’t like the sausage I got the other day — plastered flat and crisp in the middle and crusty on the outside.
By the way, does she still eat “white butter” on her bagels?
Are You A Waffle House “Regular”?
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