What’s cool about every Waffle House restaurant is that you feel like your at home. Although this is a franchise restaurant, I believe that the inside view resembles a local, family-run restaurant. When you walk in, all of the friendly waiters, waitresses, and cashier greet you. You’ll see table booths to your left and right, and a bar in the middle of the restaurant. The bar has about ten stools that are facing the kitchen. I prefer to sit at the booth benches since they are more comfortable and are beside the windows. Although if you sit at the bar stools you may end up making a new friend with a customer or waiter. There are two things that I don’t really like about that restaurant. First, I don’t think that they are 100% clean. Maybe that’s because the kitchen isn’t in a separate room and you can see them as they prepare your food. And obviously the kitchen won’t be clean all the time since they are busy cooking. Second, you have to jump over the bar stool or table booth to pay the cashier. I always promise myself that I will never come back due to those two problems, but I always end up going there to get their delicious breakfast. They are best known for their waffles, famous hash browns, and coffee.