It’s Waffle Day: Here Are The Best Ways To Waffle In Harlem

Waffles are life. If you don’t agree, I don’t know how to help you. While every day should be waffle day, you can celebrate internationally on March 25, 2017 or just in America on August 24, 2017.

Here are some of the best ways to waffle. Spoiler alert: It’s all of them.


Chicken and waffles

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Chicken and waffles is just breakfast waffles, yes, but this southern specialty deserves its own category. What is it about waffles and chicken that makes such the perfect combination? Is it the buttermilk in both, the crispy outsides and soft chewy insides? Okay, now I’m hungry.

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Most of the best chicken and waffle places are local. The best is Amy Ruth’s 113 W 116th St, New York, NY, 10027, 212.280.8779.

Breakfast waffles

Crispy and fluffy, you can’t go wrong with a classic golden brown waffle. Decorate it any way you like, with fruit, bacon or whipped cream.

And of course, the best Breakfast waffle places are locally in Harlem is The Cecil Harlem, 210 W 118th St., New York, NY 10026, b/t 7th Ave & St Nicholas Ave., 212.864.7777.

Fun fact: Waffle parties, held in the 18th Century, were known as ‘wafel frolics’ which is the most delightful thing I’ve ever heard.

Editorial adapted via source


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