The waffle lives again. Lafayette’s fledgling mobile food-vending industry was burned last July when the Viva la Waffle truck, not even a week in business in a lot behind the Burger King near the UL campus, when an electrical fire swept through the cab of the van while it was parked in co-owner Colin Cormier’s driveway. But the business’ Facebook page announced today that Viva la Waffle is back on the street and setting up shop in its off-campus location:

WE ARE BACK BABY!!!! And it feels SO GOOD!!!! Behind burger king on St. Mary!!! 10:30 to 2:00! Full lineup for Tuesday... Roscoe, figgy piggy, viva las Vegas, Caprese, s’more, nanner nutella, cinnamon roll, we are rolling out our new sea salted caramel (if collin and fred dont eat it all first!! Garlic butter waffle fries and cinnamon sugar waffle fries as well!!!! Come one come all! THE WAFFLE REVOLUTION IS BACK!!!

Read more about the fire here.

For more on the food truck industry in Lafayette, click here.

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        The refurbished Viva la Waffle truck, from a photo posted Tuesday on Facebook

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