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Let Waffle House Come To You By Way Of Food Truck

Let Waffle House Come To You By Way Of Food Truck

Waffle House's catering food truck is all the rage

A little-known fact about America’s favorite late-night diner, Waffle House, is that they offer a catering Food Truck. Used for private events only, the Food Truck brings the Waffle House experience to your doorstep.  

The Waffle House Food Truck is based out of Atlanta, Georgia and as of right now, they're catering events primarily in Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. The Auburn University football team has the Waffle truck cater their events at least once a year. 

In order to bring the Waffle House food truck to an event, customers pay a $90 rental fee and $50 per hour based on mileage to and from the event location. Additionally, the per person cost is based on which items on the menu the customer chooses to bring to their event. 

The Waffle House food truck has catered weddings, birthday parties, tailgates, family reunions, employee appreciations, corporate events, bar/bat mitzvahs, and even Cardi B has gotten in on the Waffle House craze!

The complete Waffle House menu is available for catering, but customers are expected to select certain items off the menu beforehand to ensure that the food truck is stocked with the correct supplies for the event.

Although the truck has been around for a few years now, it has recently been getting a lot more press. Because of that, Pat Warner, director of public relations for Waffle House, recommends booking the truck a few months in advance. 

Would you use the Waffle House food truck to cater your next event? Let us know in the comments section below and be sure to subscribe to The Sitch for more foodie news and entertaining reads. 

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