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Friday, February 01, 2008

Waffle tour and more

From Jean-Fran├žois Flechet's newsletter:
"We just moved into a new space at Findlay Market. We are now located inside the main market house, next to Ms. Helen's grill.
Come on in and check out our new space. It's a lot comfier and warmer than our old spot.. nor more freezing while waiting for a waffle. We have a large bar and seatings available only a few steps away.
Hours: Friday: 9am-4pm Saturday: 8am-4pm Sunday: 10am-3pm"
"Join us on Sunday February 3rd at Sidewinder Coffee & Tea in Northside for the first stop of our 2008 Waffle Tour. Sidewinder is located at 4181 Hamilton Ave. Try one of their special winter drinks along with an authentic Belgian Waffle. We will be baking waffles from 10am till 1pm. More dates will be announced soon... "
Bon! Gaufre, anyone?


2 Comments:

at 12:11 PM Blogger Kel Klump said...

These waffles are wonderful. Just another reason to eat while I am at Findley Market!

 
at 4:15 PM Blogger Mark Mascolino said...

Had them at the coffee shop in O'Bryanville a few weeks back and it was almost as good as the waffles I remember from Belgium.

 
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