Born Charles Sherwood Stratton in 1838, General Tom Thumb (as he was dubbed by P.T. Barnum) never grew an inch or gained a pound after he reached the age of six months (25 inches, 15 pounds), though he became one of America's most beloved performers—singing, dancing, and miming his way across the stage. We'll reward him with a dinner of the miniature waffles at Harlem Wing and Waffle, which he'll slather with the butter provided and the tiny packets of Mrs. Butterworth's syrup. And we'll throw in a few of the scrumptious fried chicken wings, too.

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2394 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.
New York NY 10030
212-281-1477