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also in central Indiana and most parts of Ohio.
I was just comparing two common interstate chains of note
I didn't realize it until looking up info on Waffle House as a result of this thread,* but apparently the Waffle Houses that were in Indiana when I arrived back in the 80s were not the same corporation, but were a separate Hoosier-based company. Instead, Waffle & Steak was the name WH operated under in Indiana, up until 2005.
There are two Waffle Houses in the Lehigh Valley, PA, one in Hellertown and one in Bethlehem. They are slowly creeping northward...
On an unrelated note- North Carolina BBQ? Not a huge fan.
Plus they now have healthier options like ice water
Mark Edward - where were you? Charlotte area?
I went to the one in Tempe when I was there a few years ago for spring training. The MEGA-SKILLET or whatever crap I ate sent me almost instantaneously to the bathroom. They should just serve the food to you while you're sitting on the toilet, because that's where you're going to end up.
To make matters worse my stomach was churning full of that gross food and I had to wait outside the men's room 10 minutes for a homeless guy to finish his devil's business.
Here in Montgomery, there's one place where we have a WH on pretty much ither side of the freeway exit, just a few hundred yards apart.
"I'm Bert!, nobody's Bert!"
most parts of Ohio
Excellent, though Holman and Finch is all you need.
Could have been worse, you could have followed Ronald J. Strong. Of course, he went to jail. [Details at link, pp. 4-6, but it's not for the squeamish].
And yet you can't pass an open Golden Corral that doesn't have a packed parking lot.
then Chuck-E-Cheese next door to burn off some energy.
I've never been to WH, but have heard good things. How does it compare to IHOP?
I notice you have no criticism for the Bear Jamboree. QED.
"the Corn Palace, which is made of corn." That appears to be ... not correct.
The Corn Palace in South Dakota actually is made of corn, though. That's why it's famous.
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