Rutter’s Adds Waffles to its Menu

Now Rutter’s customers can order waffles during every daypart.

Rutter’s has partnered with Hershel Walker and Renaissance Man Food Services to add the sweet, Southern-inspired waffles to the menu of all 73 Rutter’s locations. They will be specially prepared in various meal combinations to provide the flexibility for any meal or palate: breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert.

The breakfast staple, with a cutting-edge twist, will offer dozens of options on both the hot grab-n-go and restaurant touchscreen kiosk. Waffle offerings include breakfast sandwiches with cage-free eggs and locally-sourced proteins, 100% Angus ultimate burgers, no-antibiotic-ever chicken clubs and more.

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Customers can also start their day in a traditional way by either ordering waffles as a side item with butter and syrup or for the hungrier guest, as a breakfast basket meal to include a choice of eggs, meat and potatoes. Lunch and dinner options include the classic dish of chicken and waffles as a standalone item or as part of a dinner basket meal served with options such as mashed potatoes & gravy, coleslaw and a freshly-baked dinner roll. And last but not least, the waffles can satisfy the sweet tooth and indulgent-at-heart, topped with chocolate or caramel sauce, powdered sugar, cinnamon or chocolate powder.

“Waffles have always been a breakfast comfort food. And chicken and waffles have a rich legacy, some taking origin ownership in the South, others in Harlem and even the Pennsylvania Dutch, which is our backyard” said Rutter’s Director of Food Service Ryan Krebs “It has now grown into an offering that can cross all day parts. This, without a doubt, will be a champion on our menu.”

This addition strengthens Rutter’s already award-winning menu, which is currently highlighted by signature specialties like chicken pot pie, BBQ beef short ribs, battered cod sandwiches, the famous Route 30 burger and almost 100 local offerings. Waffles will be available 24/7 at all 73 Rutter’s locations, after rolling out on Jan. 23.