I wasn’t sure if I should link to this item posted on the Foundation for Economic Education site, but I decided to do it for the sole reason that I am a fan of Waffle House. The portrayal of Waffle House in the item may not be completely positive, but I think it is more positive than not.
I have never been afraid of getting poisoned, or otherwise injured, at Waffle House. I also like the idea that the company prides itself on being able to operate even in the immediate aftermath of natural disasters, when other restaurants cannot. You will see that mentioned in the item at the FEE site. I first read about it in an article published in The Wall Street Journal several months ago. That’s a testament to their supply chain management.
Most important, you can get a pretty good breakfast at Waffle House any time of the day or night. The disk of hash browns that you get with the eggs is excellent. Breakfast at Waffle House may not be as good as Village Inn’s V.I.B., but it’s cheaper, and Village Inn isn’t open all night.
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