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You Can Get Naughty Waffles That Will Make You Blush At This Wild New Spot In Toronto

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The Members Only Waffle House Is Serving Naughty Desserts In Toronto

Do regular waffles just not do it for you anymore? Then you might want to try Toronto's new Members Only Waffle House — if you're feeling adventurous, that is.

The new dessert joint has taken to Instagram to announce its opening on Queen Street West and will be serving risqué waffles that are pretty suggestive, to say the least. While they've kept a lot of the menu on the down-low so far, they have released some information on what customers can expect.


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According to their Instagram, the naughty waffles come in three variations: the Plain Johnson for $8, the Founding Member for $9 and the VIP for $10. From the looks of it, the hilarious desserts are not only great for eating, but also for your next photo-op.

However, the new spot is only open on weekends, every Saturday and Sunday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., so plan your visit accordingly.

Members Only Waffle House

Price: $8 to $10

Address: 592 Queen St. W., Toronto

Why you need to go: To eat naughty waffles so NSFW that you'll blush before your first bite.

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