Waffle House

Waffle House

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(706) 866-1312

909 Battlefield Parkway

Fort Oglethorpe
,
GA
30742

Waffle House is a business providing services in the field of Breakfast & Brunch Restaurants. Waffle House is located in Fort Oglethorpe, GA on 909 Battlefield Parkway.

Waffle House telephone number is (706) 866-1312.

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Helpful Tip for: Breakfast & Brunch Restaurants


Breakfast and brunch restaurants are present in Fort Oglethorpe. Breakfast is the first meal of the city, and typically, comprises coffee, breads, bagels and so on. A brunch is taken during the middle of the morning, subsituting as a common meal for breakfast and lunch (indeed, the word is a portmeanteau of the two words). These restaurants are open for only the first half of the day, and serve only these two meals. Some of the items available include coffee, juices, bagels, eggs made in various ways, waffles and breads.



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