Guess What Southern Staple Waffle House Just Brought Back to Its Menu
Breakfast just got tastier.
There are many reasons to love Waffle House. Founded in Georgia in 1955, the Southern mainstay doles out amazing breakfast fare any time of day. They also give back to local communities through the Waffle House Foundation. They’re open 365 days a year. They’ll even cater your wedding. And they were quite possibly the best place in America to catch this August’s solar eclipse.
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Well, now, if you have a case of the blues with summer’s unofficial end upon us, Waffle House is once again here to raise our spirits. The sweet salvation for your fading tan lines? Waffle House is bringing back the much-esteemed blueberry waffles.
The beloved berry-flavored waffles were discontinued in June 2016. Glimmering in a cascade of maple syrup with a pat of butter, they’re available for a limited-time only at a Waffle House near you. So who’s ready for some smothered hashbrowns with this sweet, fruity delight?
This article originally appeared on Southern Living