You have no clean laundry left, but that’s hardly a good enough reason to deprive yourself of chicken and waffles. The waffles here are thin but fluffy, and come with Hennessy-infused butter - plus the chicken stays crispy even if you can’t leave the couch and opt for takeout. If you do stop by the casual dining room to eat, you won’t get strange looks for wearing those unwashed sweatpants, and you can grab a spiked fruit punch or sweet tea to go with your meal.
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