Even if you’re not from the southern part of the United States, you know what a Waffle House is. A cuisine best after midnight, Waffle House is coming to an MLB stadium and the Atlanta Braves are about to make their fans really happy.
Considering Waffle House originated in Atlanta, it’s no surprised that one of the south’s most infamous restaurants have made their way to Turner Field. In case you’re unfamiliar with this particular eatery then let me enlighten you: this stand will offer waffles and hash brown with several far-ranging topping — classic, chocolate chip, and peanut butter waffles accompanied by hash browns with onions, peppers, ham, chili, and cheese.
What’s better than watching Evan Gattis smash a home run? Watching Evan Gattis go yard with chocolate sauce on the side of your mouth!
If you were wondering what Braves great Chipper Jones thought about the matter then don’t you worry, because here’s what the eight-time All-Star had to say about Turner Field’s new addition
A rednecks sweetest dream…..Waffle House is now at Turner field! My life is complete.
— Chipper Jones (@RealCJ10) July 25, 2013
I’d say that Atlanta is going to be just fine with a Waffle House being accessible at its favorite baseball team’s stadium.
However, this is the only location in the restaurant’s chain that will not be open 24 hours a day, so don’t be pulling up to Turner Field at 1 am looking for a sweet helping of chili-covered hash browns. Lastly, the Waffle House stand will only be available on days when the Braves have a home game.