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Waffle House Is Closing: Hurricane Matthew Gets Serious

Over two dozen locations have closed so far Four days ago, before the magnitude of Hurricane Matthew became clear, Waffle House corporate confirmed to Eater that locations along the Atlantic coast would remain open and were preparing to weather the storm. But late yesterday Waffle House clarified in an email that locations affected by mandatory evacuations would be closing.
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