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Waffle Brothers is vacating its original location for a larger space

Waffle Brothers, which got its start in a cart and then opened its first brick-and-mortar location four years ago, will be leaving its original spot at 393 Corona this weekend.

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"Our last day is Sunday," says John Power, one of the two brothers behind the business. "We'll probably be down for a month or two and then reopen in June or July." And when it reopens, it'll be in a spot at First Avenue and Washington Street that's only a minute or two from the current location -- and it'll be a few hundred feet larger.

"It's a win-win for us," Power adds. "We were looking for a new space to up our game."

But fans won't have to go without while the new space is renovated. The brothers opened a second spot, Waffle Brothers Pub Style, last year -- so anyone craving a waffle will just have to head over to East 17th Avenue.

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Isa Jones is an editor in Jackson Hole; her writing has appeared all over the Internet and occasionally in print.
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