Are hotels open on Thanksgiving? How about hotels in Wyoming or Illinois? Is Cracker Barrel open on Thanksgiving? Is it snowing up north? I suppose there are always the Chinese Buffets. For one must have mashed potatoes in November.
I feel a Friday haiku coming on.
If you’re in the south, Waffle House is always open.
I wonder how much longer it would be if we went south. I’d rather go south because of the terrain, but I don’t think time will permit. :[ You know, I haven’t ever been to to a Waffle House? I am so lame.
The fact that you have not visited a waffle house does not make you lame. In fact, somehow it probably makes you better than those of us who have.
We have Waffle House in Michigan, too! and although I cannot highly recommend eating there, I am generally fond of the building design.
My first experience at a Waffle House this summer was unimpressive. But maybe I just hit a bad one; lots of people seem to think they’re great.
Is it true you kinda need to be a meat eater to really enjoy the Waffle House? Toby said something about a scattered, smothered, covered, diced and chunked dish. That sounds like something Dahmer might serve. But Toby says, that when he ate meat, it was awesome. AWESOME!
scattered, smothered, covered: refers to cheese & potatoes.
Diced: refers to ham.
Chunked: refers to bowel movement that will bring you to your knees begging your god to end the misery a few days later.
Maybe it’s best to avoid the Waffle House after all.
Gina, I wonder how long it will take us to get to your neck of the woods this time around. I wish I knew. It’d be most excellent to see you if even for an hour or two. I will do some research. We could meet at the Waffle House and admire the building design together.
We should crash Hamtramck for Turkey day.
There is a Waffle House near Chambersburg, PA. Not far from home…I hear it is really bad, but the building is cute with nice giant globe lights.
Waffle House is pretty ghetto y’all. I think Cracker Barrel is open all the time. We usually stop over there when we land in Kentucky for our annual Christmas visit, and yeah I have to admit, I enjoy it. I enjoy the whole cheesy experince of it.
Arjen, the WH is ME. It’s in my blood. Don’t mock the Awful Waffle.