Huddle House

Huddle House

About Huddle House

Huddle House is a chain of 24-hour diner-style restaurants with over 430 locations in over 21 states, primarily found in Southern United States. The chain was started in 1964 in Decatur, Georgia by John Sparks, with the goal of providing a 24-hour eatery. It is named after the act of huddling in football. The original Huddle House in Decatur was established to give fans a place to eat after 'the big game' on Friday nights. Its competitors include Waffle House, IHOP, Cracker Barrel, Denny's, and Bob Evans. Huddle House opened their first 24-hour restaurant in April 1964 in Pickens County by Jane Addams. In 1966, they began actively franchising. The company now expands primarily through franchising, but also continues to operate company units. The combined organization has continued to expand and today encompasses more than 400 units throughout the traditional South and new development areas opening in the Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West and the Southwestern United States.

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