Many breakfast foods, such as oatmeal and grits, are soft because they have to pad your stomach for all those hard lunch foods. Start the day right with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for two waffle sandwiches and two large drinks on Monday–Friday (up to a $31.50 value)
- $15 for two waffle sandwiches and two large drinks on Saturday–Sunday (up to a $31.50 value)
Chefs fold regular or buckwheat waffles into untraditional sandwiches that contain fresh ingredients such as eggs, seasonal produce, fried chicken, and tahini yogurt. They also serve hot and cold coffee, hot and cold tea, and soda to wash down the delicious treats. View the menu here.
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.