Waffle House celebrates 60th anniversary during National Waffle Week

Festivities include special events and giveaways at the Waffle House Museum
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National Waffle Week is always something to celebrate. Who doesn’t love waffles? The festivities, held the first week of September (not to be confused with National Waffle Day, which is August 24), might be even bigger than usual this year because Waffle House turns 60 on Labor Day. Observations include special events and giveaways at the Waffle House Museum, which has operated out of the chain’s original Avondale Estates building since 2008. A food truck is dishing up samples, and museum admission and tours are free. So if you’ve ever wondered how those T-bone steaks made their way onto the menu, mark September 12 on your calendar.

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