Waffle House has reached a confidential settlement over claims of racial discrimination leveled by a Hispanic family who were cursed and insulted by the manager at a Doraville, Georgia, restaurant and later found their takeout order strewn with trash and inedible.  

The case was dismissed with prejudice on Wednesday, almost three months after a federal judge in Atlanta tossed some of the family’s claims but kept alive others, including discrimination and tortious misconduct.

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