Here’s where to get a delicious waffle on Waffle Iron Day

Happy National Waffle-Iron day! Here’s some hot spots in the city to eat some tasty waffles, and show some appreciation for the machine that makes the breakfast favorite.

Waffles on Maple Street

7712 Maple St, New Orleans, LA 70118

Sunday – Friday  8am – 3pm, Saturday – Closed

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This Kosher friendly eatery serves creative waffles, as well as daytime eats with a store architecture that literally resembles a waffle! The waffle options range from sweet to savory, and even have a gluten-free option. We recommend the “Brownie à la Mode” waffle for those who want something sweet, and the “ Better than Feta” for those who want something savory. They also have a location in Metairie as well.

Biscuits & Buns on Banks

4337 Banks St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Monday – Sunday: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

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This restaurant prides itself on serving the highest quality breakfast food in the city. They strive to constantly change their menu to give their loyal customers a new taste. They are very well known for their chicken and waffles, as well as their brie waffle accompanied with blueberries and powdered sugar.

LaLou Restaurant

200 Girod Street, Mandeville, LA 70448

Monday – Sunday: 7:30 am – 2:00 pm

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A charming restaurant located in Old Mandeville with a country kitchen theme, bringing you the best southern soul food. They specialize in egg-cellent omelettes, but also take pride in having a sweet and southern breakfast, as well as various lunch items. We recommend their authentic belgian waffles.

Huddle House

9800 Westbank Expy Westwego, LA 70094

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week


Breakfast all day, everyday. Enjoy this lively American diner which prides itself on country home-style cooking paired with southern hospitality. Their “Southern Pecan” waffle is tough to beat, but if you’re really feeling hungry, look no further than the “Golden Waffle Platter.” This meal features a golden waffle, 2 eggs, and your choice of Applewood smoked bacon (3 strips) OR country sausage or turkey.

Riccobono’s Panola Street Café

7801 Panola St, New Orleans, LA 70118

Monday- Sunday 7am – 2pm

This bright and quaint cafe is known for its variety of classic American breakfast foods such as 3-egg omelettes, health conscious foods, pancakes, and belgian waffles.Their waffles cater to everyone. Whether you want to be adventurous and get the Banana Nut, health conscious and get the multigrain, or simply southern and get the pecan. All are fabulous and the environment paired with friendly staff makes it a great breakfast place!

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