Many classic breakfast foods have their origins in the farm–eggs come from chickens, bacon comes from pigs, and milk comes from chickens. Rise and shine with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $8 for $16 worth of breakfast or lunch for two
- $15 for $32 worth of breakfast or lunch for four<p>
The menu includes breakfast items such as dulce de leche waffles ($5.49), coffee-flavored waffles ($4.99), and three-egg omelets with up to four fillings ($3.99–$6.49) such as cheddar cheese, bacon, and tomatoes. Lunch items include cheeseburgers ($5.49), savory crepes ($5.49–$6.59), and sandwiches such as the Reuben ($6.49).
Waffleworks owner Sergio Goldvarg is not Batman, in case anyone was wondering after seeing him park his 1966 Batmobile in front of the restaurant. Goldvarg is passionate about two things: cars and food. He combines them both with Waffleworks—displaying more than 1,000 die-cast model cars from his personal collection inside the dining area. Patrons may peruse the rows and rows of plastic cases displaying pint-sized cars from movies and television shows while digging into plates of crisp belgian waffles crowned with Nutella, dulce de leche, or Nestle Crunch candy pieces. To balance sweet treats, the chefs also scramble eggs, build hot sub sandwiches, and grill juicy hamburgers, which pack more protein than a muscle-car sandwich.
The place is very clean, food was served fast and prices reasonable.Good quality food and friendly service.lewis, Urbanspoon, 4/23/10
My friend ordered eggs benedict and they were made nearly to perfection, true. for dessert I ordered a dulce de leche waffle ... it was delicious.Reviewer, Google+ Local, 11 months ago