Waffle and Wolf


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Fillings such as pear, prosciutto & yogurt delight tongues in regular & vegan buckwheat waffles paired with organic coffee & fresh juice

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Promotional value expires May 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Gift card is non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A waffle’s distinctive pattern easily holds delicious toppings while providing a stage for emergency games of Battleship. Sink hunger with today’s Groupon to Waffle & Wolf in Brooklyn. Choose from the following options:

  • For $10, you get a $20 gift card for folded waffles.
  • For $20, you get a $45 gift card for folded waffles.
  • For $30, you get a $70 gift card for folded waffles.<p>

Gift cards may be redeemed in multiple visits.

Waffle & Wolf’s chefs and co-owners, Arman Sen and Daniel Richardson, wrap hot, fluffy dutch waffles around sweet and savory fillings in the style of Arman’s native Turkey, earning praise from Zagat’s blog. Waffle foundations forged from a choice of regular or buckwheat (vegan and gluten-free) batter embrace toppings such as cream cheese, peanut butter, apple, and prosciutto ($4.50 with one topping; $1.50+ per additional topping) to create bites as soft as a teddy bear stuffed with clouds. The menu boasts preplanned combinations, such as a peanut-butter, banana, and caramel waffle with baked-in bacon ($8) or a topping soiree of yogurt, pear, dried apricot, dried cherry, and honey ($7.50). While feasting on decadent combos or deciding how to sculpt a bust of Sophocles out of cream cheese at Waffle & Wolf’s wooden counters, noshers sip on organic and fair-trade Dallis Bros. coffee ($1.75/12 oz.) or freshly squeezed orange juice ($3/20 oz.).

Waffle & Wolf

Business partners Daniel Richardson and Arman Sen are giving the sandwich a face-lift, attracting the attention of Zagat, Good Morning America, Time Out New York, and Paula Deen’s son, Bobby Deen, in the process. At Waffle & Wolf, Daniel—who is also the executive chef—crafts low-sugar regular and buckwheat waffles from a secret recipe, and then uses them to build sandwiches. The kitchen staff whips up waffles for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, filling them with delicious ingredients such as seasonal produce, fried chicken and tahini yogurt, tuna salad, feta cheese, bananas, and chocolate. Many of their waffles are vegan-friendly, and contain vegan goodies such as avocado yogurt.

When drawing up business ideas, Daniel and Arman took inspiration from Duran Duran’s song “Hungry Like the Wolf,” and created a logo depicting their mascot, Mr. Wolf, howling at a waffle moon like a hungry guy howling at a pizza delivery driver. Each day Mr. Wolf announces the specials on the menu, which, in addition to tasty sandwiches, also includes fresh juices, and organic teas and coffees.

Customer Reviews

Service was friendly and fast. Love the creative combinations for sandwiches. I'll be back!
Jessica B. · May 16, 2012
Deborah G. · May 14, 2012
Thank You! :-)
Tushiema B. · May 13, 2012

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