7-Inch Waffle House bids a sticky farewell to its physical location

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      It’s your last chance to get stuffed at Vancouver’s naughtiest dessert shop. 

      7-Inch Waffle House, the sweet-slingers selling deliciously crispy genital-shaped delights topped with drippy drizzles, has announced that its brick-and-mortar location in Mount Pleasant will close at the end of the month. 

      “Due to rising costs of operations,” say the proprietors in a statement, “we have decided not to renew our lease agreement and will, instead, continue our operations at local pop-up events and festivals.” 

      As a last hurrah, the waffle specialists are offering free drizzles and unlimited toppings on its signature Dickies and CreamPies over the weekend. 

      Since opening in May 2022 as a standing-to-attention pop-up, 7-Inch Waffle House has been causing a stir in the city. Of particular note is the West Broadway location’s commitment to size queens, with a floral wall proclaiming “Every Inch Counts.” (Perhaps eight-inch waffles were too unwieldy to bake.)

      The store’s delicious waffles—and Insta-worthy decor—has led to it going viral multiple times, with everyone from Blink-182 to Perez Hilton wanting to get a bite of the cheeky treats at “the first and only NSFW waffle shop in Vancouver, BC and the only one still open Canada-wide.” (We love a well-filled niche.)

      So, while you might see 7-Inch Waffles at the Richmond Night Market or Pride events in the near future, make sure to stop by before the end of the month for a fond—and sticky—farewell. After all, you know what they say about breakup snacks.