BIRMINGHAM, AL – Earlier this month, Waffle House started bringing plates of joy to disaster stricken areas with a new food truck specialized for disaster relief. The company contracted David Ford of Food Trucks South to create a truck that would not only hold the ambiance and productivity of a brick and mortar location but also could be used to assist areas affected by natural disasters.
The Waffle House food truck will be serving its hashbrowns at the Waffle House Museum’s spring opening on Saturday April, 26.
Here are the details:
Waffle House fans are invited to stop by the museum from noon to 3pm to celebrate the 59-year heritage of this Southern icon. Along with taking tours of the 1955 diner replica, the Waffle House food truck will be onsite to satisfy your hashbrown cravings. This event is free to the public.
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