In a crowded field of fast-casual sandwich players, a new concept out of Southern California has found a clever way to stand out: by using waffles instead of bread. The four-unit Bruxië is known both for its traditional syrup-dosed breakfast waffles and a full lineup of innovative savory sandwiches whose fillings are tucked into a folded, Brussels-style — read non-sweet — waffle. After making its debut in a 420-square-foot hamburger stand in Old Towne Orange, Calif., ...

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