One appalled customer videoed the incident.
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A location in Kentucky is getting an earful for enforcing the chain's "no firearms" policy.
It took 60 years and a whole lot of maple syrup to reach this point.
Can't New York just have one?
The chain has partnered with a start-up called Roadie.
Kanye looks like he might be more of a Denny's guy?
"Once you are granted permission, it's no longer tasty or fun."
It's the second gun death at an area Waffle House in two weeks.
Large tips are automatically refunded under Waffle House policy.
It's a very sad story.
The week ends with a sleazy story from down South.
These couples had the ultimate "quickie marriage."
Does Michelle Obama know about this?
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