They were a far cry from diner waffles and a world away from your toaster's output.
Next door in Red Bank, Nina's waffles were a dough based treat cooked up crisp and caramelized in cast iron that one Patch blogger described as "magical."
The Red Bank shop closed last month after only a year in business.
"We had high hopes for that location and we were positively received but the concept was not totally quite there yet," Zanias said. "We are continuing to sharpen our concept and just completed a very pleasing season in New Hope, Pa. Our shore unit (fun pier, Seaside Park) is question mark as we have yet to inspect the damages."
Zanias now has the place up for sale, "for a mere $14,000" excluding waffle irons and proofer, he said in an email to Patch. "It's a great opportunity for a first business, crepes, sandwich shop, or other business."
Prospective buyers can contact Zanias at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215- 470-0060.