Best Places For Waffles In Los Angeles

August 23, 2016 6:00 AM

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Waffles aren’t just for breakfast anymore. Whether round, square, crispy or soft, they are a waffle-icious anytime treat. Eat them plain, drenched in syrup or topped with fruit.

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(credit: Eli Vera/Wahfles)


Wahfles Cafe
1502 Foothill Blvd #101
La Verne, CA 91750
(909) 392-5959
www.wahfles.com

Opened in 2014, Wahfles serves up pretty much any type of waffle you can imagine. From sweet to savory, this La Verne waffle hot spot takes its influences from around the world when developing their waffles. The bakery offers savory favorites like their “Scarlett Johansson” with chicken breast, mozzarella, grilled red onions, tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic aioli and basil on a waffle that is iron pressed. Or, choose from a ton of specialty waffles or “wahfles” as they refer to them as, including the “Creme Brulee” with sweet custard, and turbinado sugar, as well as the “Banana Cream” that’s made from scratch and comes with pie filling, graham cracker crumble, cinnamon sugar and topped with whip cream and pecans. The eatery offers a myriad of other terrific options, too. View a full menu here.

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(credit: Rick Caplan/Bru Wiffle)


Bru’s Wiffle – A Waffle Joint
2408 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 453-2787
www.bruswiffle.com

The next time you are in Santa Monica, or Beverly Hills, enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch at Bru’s Wiffle (A Waffle Joint). Look out for their Belgian waffle with coconut ice cream, topped with house-made pineapple sauce or you can order classic cheeseburger sliders. What’s good? With so many options, it could be tough to order. Dessert waffles include regular Belgian waffles, chocolate Belgian waffles, a banana pecan waffle, a blueberry waffle, as well as gluten free waffles. Add toppings like fresh whipped cream, nutella, grapes, chocolate sauce, bananas, rainbow sprinkles or other toppings to kick it up a notch too! Or, want something more savory? Try their chicken and waffle dishes.

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Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles
5006 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 934-4405
Multiple Locations
www.roscoeschickenandwaffles.com

A waffle list without Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles just wouldn’t be complete. At this famed L.A. eatery, guests can order their waffles with or without the chicken, but most prefer to indulge by putting a southern spin on the dish by adding in fried chicken. The waffles are soft and may not hold up to the weight of the chicken but on their own they are delightful. Roscoe’s can be a bit noisy, but it adds to the allure of this celebrated restaurant. Get ready to wait though, as it’s one of the more popular places to experience in Los Angeles.

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Bruxie
7916 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 874-0377
www.bruxie.com

Love waffles? Bruxie practically reinvented the way we think about waffles. Forget the traditional breakfast ones. This new take on the sandwich uses a creative version of the authentic Belgian Waffle and includes savoy inside ingredients like buttermilk fried chicken, or hot pastrami, as well as sweet options like creme brulee, nutella and banana and s’mores. One bite and your life will never be the same.

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Shaky Alibi
7401 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 938-5282
www.shakyalibi.com

Looking for a waffle spot that will let you bring your pet with you? Shaky Alibi in West Hollywood offers waffles made right from scratch in front of you and are incredibly delicious. At Shaky Alibi their authentic Liege waffles are some of the best in town. Each Liege waffle here is served hot from the waffle iron and handcrafted to guests’ tastes. So, whether you’re choosing a sweet waffle with powdered sugar with adding toppings of fresh fruit or imported spreads, or a savory one, you’ll be sure to love each bite. Favorites here include the traditional Liege waffle with pearl sugar, as well as the Cinn-Sational waffle with plump raisins baked in and topped with homemade vanilla buttercream frosting.

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(credit: Tee Burgess)


More Than Waffles
17200 Ventura Blvd
Encino, CA 91316
(818) 789-5937
www.morethanwaffles.com

Visit this little local shop in Encino for light and crispy Belgian waffles. Often described as the best waffles ever, you’ll have a tough time resisting the myriad of Belgian waffles on offer here. Served warm, there are options including plain, sugar, or cinnamon, as well as multi-grain waffles, peach waffles with whipped cream, ,blueberry waffles with whipped cream, nutella waffles topped with bananas and so many more. Other top options include their Bicentennial waffles with strawberries, blueberries, ice cream and whipped cream, as well as chocolate chip waffles with ice cream and more. More Than Waffles offers other breakfast items as well as a kid’s menu. Other Belgian waffle choices include their banana fudge waffle, pumpkin spice waffle, and more.

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(credit: Fred 62)


Fred 62
1850 North Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 667-0062
www.fred62.com

This hipster diner located in cool Silver Lake has an impressive menu. For the late riser, breakfast is served throughout the day. Unlike other waffle locations mentioned, Fred offers a simple golden waffle served with maple syrup, nothing intricate or fancy, just airy and delicious. However, you might want to check out their dessert menu where the Bossa Nova Waffle Sundae lives. A warm Belgian waffle is topped with dulce de leche vanilla bean and whipped cream. The waffle indentations are filled with drizzled sweetness. Make sure to try their Bossa Nova Waffle with vanilla ice cream, dulce de leche and whipped cream. Fred 62 is open 24 hours and like the many of these popular establishments, expect a wait.

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