Waffles Incaffeinated to open in South Side
Owners of Waffles Incaffeinated hope to open their second location in November in the South Side.
Josh and Cassandra Cuddy, with business partner and chef Tahj Merriman, opened their first breakfast and lunch cafe specializing in waffles in 2010 in a building the Cuddys own in New Brighton.
The new restaurant at 2517 E. Carson St. will seat up to 72 patrons, more than three times the original location. A new partner, Gordon Sheffer, will help run the business.
Cuddy expects the South Side cafe to be a hit. “It's nothing like a diner, and nothing like most breakfast places. It's more of an experience.”
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