Waffles were first made in the Middle Ages, and were sold as crispy and rich street-side snacks by vendors outside Churches in Belgium. In fact, King Charles IX of France said that the vending stalls had to be kept at a safe distance from one another, because the eating of waffles had become such a popular phenomenon. The Belgian waffle made its first American appearance at the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle.
However, the Belgian delight would not seem to reach its perfection until 2017 in a city named Concord just outside of Charlotte, NC. A unique establishment, named C3 has seemingly taken to opulent levels; it is a must experience for yourself kind of delight.