On Labor Day, 1955, the first Waffle House was born in Avondale Estates, Georgia. America has never asked for hash browns the same way since. These road-side institutions, most famous for slinging breakfast food, always seem to pop up on the horizon right when you need them. The iconic black and yellow signs loom in the distance, and you know waffles are near. Um, yes, we have a thing for Waffle House. Don't you?
If you are like us and like your hash browns "All the Way," two eggs over easy and a waffle for the table, we have a recommendation: start following Waffle House on Instagram. While stepping into a Waffle House sometimes feels like going back in time, Waffle House has embraced the technology of the future. They've taken particularly well to the Internet's photo-sharing sweetheart, capturing perfect orders, incredible landscapes (with Waffle Houses in them) and straight up waffle porn. Check out a few of our favorites.