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Downtown Pancakes

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by OK Pabst, Jun 10, 2021.

  1. OK Pabst

    OK Pabst Grinder

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    Well if the WAX isn't running me out to Depars at the Southcoast, where can I get a quality stack downtown?
     
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  2. MrBBonz

    MrBBonz Low-Roller

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    I still can't believe GG doesn't have them anymore. Last time I stayed DT I remember Binions had a decent breakfast. People will yell at me but Ive had good breakfast at 1941/El Cortez. The D Cafe used to be good but I think it is gone to.
     
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  3. OK Pabst

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    Like the words in that Eagles song....."call someplace paradise, kiss it goodbye".
     
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    Denny’s. Oh wait, you said a quality stack of pancakes.
     
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    I have found Magnolia's @ 4Q to provide a consistently quality experience as far as diners go downtown. I haven't tried their pancakes but by extrapolation I assume they must be pretty edible.

    I won't yell at @MrBBonz but I have definitely had a disappointing experience with regard to breakfast at Siegel's 1941. However their matzo ball soup is excellent.
     
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  6. OK Pabst

    OK Pabst Grinder

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    Ill check out Magnolias.Last time I was there I got a great crab and bacon omelet.
     
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    Dupar's is a favorite of mine too. Luckily, I always have rental car to get out to the Suncoast for my pancake fix. LOL As for downtown, you could try Hash House A Go Go at the Plaza.
     
  8. bubbakitty

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    EAT. Try one. I can’t finish two but if you don’t mind wasting, order 2. They’re great. And get a side of bacon. And a couple of 3 cups of coffee. You won’t be disappointed or even remember after all that coffee. :rolleyes:
     
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    Their food is fine, but the service there sucks.
     
  10. vegasdev

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    Saginaw's at Circa has pancakes and amazing French toast. Order a side of bacon and chow down.
     
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  11. annbrown57

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    I love the pancakes at Claim Jumper in GN. Very light with just a hint of vanilla. (They also know how to make crispy bacon):feedme:
     
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    I am a regular at EAT, but for some reason, I can't get anybody on this board to take the extra six blocks.

    Y'alls are missin' out...

    (That said, when you go, pass on the pancake and have the country fried steak)
     
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    I'm planning on walking down there in two weeks. I love both pancakes and country fried steak, so I may just get the best of both worlds.
     
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    They have an AMAZING breakfast. And if they are serving their prime rib hash, GET IT. It’s the best breakfast food I have ever eaten.
     
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    Or the prime rib hash. Or honestly, anything on their menu.
     
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    MTO Cafe on Main Street is a quick walk south from GG.

    I'll second, third and fourth Eat. Just a great restaurant.
     
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  17. roycpa

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    Agree wholeheartedly - MTO is slightly overpriced, but good, and EAT is just fantastic, breakfast or lunch. Wife had the pancakes there, and they were large, fluffy and delicious. I keep wanting to try new things but the huevos mortulenos (SP?) are too good to pass up.
     
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  18. oldbrewzer

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    I'll second Saginaw's for pancakes with their breakfast selections.
     
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