Waffles not just for breakfast

Chrissie Cheng  |  Art Director

Whoever said waffles are just for breakfast has never been to Bruxie.

With seven locations in Southern California, Bruxie (pronounced Brucks-ee) offers guests a wide array of savory and sweet waffle sandwiches. Ranging from $5 to $10, one can order the classic chicken and waffles sandwich or the smoked salmon lex and dill cream cheese in – you guessed it – a waffle sandwich.

Not only does Bruxie offer sandwiches, but guests can order original belgian waffles, sweet treats like s’mores on waffles, shakes, Bruxie coffee and waffle-cut fries.

The casual and open atmosphere with heated outdoor seating makes Bruxie more of an upscale diner, appropriate for all ages and events from first dates to birthday parties.

According to the official Bruxie website, Bruxie Waffle first started in 2006 when co-owner Dean Simon created his waffle recipe inspired after his Brussels street food experiences. Simon then served his waffles on top of-the-line cruises and in hotels until 2009, when co-owner Kelly Mullarney joined the team and their collaboration to make not “just breakfast” waffles came into action. Together, they created the “Bruxie,” a wide and thinner waffle sandwich that could be sweet and savory.

So whenever you have a craving for more than just an Eggo waffle, head over to Bruxie for a quality and unique waffle experience. The closest to APU is 20 minutes away in Chino Hills at 13865 City Center Dr.

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