• What makes these waffles so special? Its a unique recipe that Brian and Andrea have perfected and their combination of flavors are spot on. The waffles we are used to eating in America are made with a

  • We’re here to tell you that, as satisfying as that can be, preparation for what’s to come will be the most exciting, scary, thought provoking, riskiest and rewarding thing you may ever do short of sky

  • Liege waffles are a centuries old street treat in Belgium, made from yeast risen dough and Belgian pearl sugar. This gives the waffle its own natural sweetness which is great for a no-topping needed g

  • It truly has been an amazing Food Network experience as we had hoped for every night prior to airing. We have been delighted with the show, and the accuracy in which it portrayed our unique treat.

  • We promised to get this uploaded as soon as possible for our fans. We were delighted to hear comments from food bloggers "Philly Grub" on Waffatopia.

  • A little over three years has passed since we opened Waffatopia. A mecca for the ultimate waffle...these liege style beauties have now graced thousands upon thousands of homes, which we are so absolut

  • We at Waffatopia love taking a fun spin on the classics. Today, we introduce to you our spin on ice cream cake! This dessert is fun to make and fun to eat and is a perfect option for your birthday cel

  • Who doesn’t love a tasty, wholesome breakfast? Using farm fresh eggs and our classic Cinnamon and Vanilla Liege Waffle, we created a fun twist on the classic Egg in a Basket.

  • Grown and Flown speaks the college parent language, and we were honored in our young stage to be recognized and a part of their list (amongst some pretty major competition we might add!). You can tak

  • In addition to sharing our experiences with the class, the DECA students also participate with Waffatopia in fundraising, to raise money for their trips to National competitions. This Fall, students w

  • Small Food was created as an offshoot and replacement for Main Line Dine, a restaurant blog that was started in 2003 by Mike Madaio, a food & drink writer based in the western suburbs of Philadelphia.

  • Here's one from Waffatopian Rob, posted to our @waffatopia twitter account, that we just had to share. Our "Food Network famous" Maple Bacon waffle, topped with a spinach & feta omelette, topped AGAIN

  • Made from a yeast risen dough, these Liege style waffles take two days to make (not 1 second). The more dense, breadlike texture packs in all the flavor you need thanks to the slow process of letting

  • We both came from our corporate jobs in life sciences and finance and bring different experiences to our business. More importantly, what do we love? Family and friend time (#1), although lately that’

  • Waffatopia makes our liege waffles as the perfect unique gift for friends and family and ship them all over the US. We also want to talk about the life of small business…what it’s like to start one, a