National Waffle Day at the Huddle House

Today is National Waffle Day. This day was picked to honor Cornelius Swarthout of Troy, New York, who had his waffle iron patented in the United States on August 24, 1869. Although the waffle iron received a patent in 1869, waffles themselves date back to ancient times. But it wasn’t until the 13th century that a waffle type iron was invented in France and was called a wafla, which means “a piece of honeybee hive.”

To honor this day, we paid a visit to the Lawrenceburg’s Huddle House. Greeted with big smiles from our waitress Danielle Scott and the General Manager, Jason Myers, we found ourselves served with a delicious hot waffle with creamy butter and syrup and, although it is not national bacon day, we did add a few slices of bacon. The Huddle House came to Lawrenceburg a few years back and was just recently renovated. They are now open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can have breakfast all day long. Take some time today and treat yourself to a delicious waffle.

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