Last weekend, the Super Bowl was in Atlanta. And Atlanta is the headquarters of the popular southern chain Waffle House. Founded in 1955, the first Waffle House was just a tiny rectangular box; it has since grown to a chain of 2,000 restaurants, mostly in the South, that serve up grits, hash browns, and of course waffles, all day and all night.
Luke Burbank talks with the customers who come at all hours to sample the Waffle House’s menu that Atlanta Magazine food critic Mara Shaloup calls “meats and starch and sugar and butter and grease and everything that’s comforting and wonderful.” This video comes from CBS Sunday Morning, enjoy!
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