Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, with the possible exception of any prescription meals ordered by your doctor. Treat your body right with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of breakfast, brunch, or lunch food for two
- $20 for $40 worth of breakfast, brunch, or lunch food for four or more
At breakfast, diners spear forkfuls of coconut waffles ($9.10) or the Tahitian Maiden’s Dream ($10.40), a crepe piled with bananas, sour cream, triple sec, and apricot sauce. The lunch menu introduces steak fajitas ($14.30) and chicken tacos with cilantro ($13.20).
The Original Pancake House
The ancient Greeks gave us many things, but one of the most edible is the pancake. Thus it’s no surprise that in the many centuries since its inception, most countries have put their own spin on it. When Les Highet and Erma Hueneke were developing The Original Pancake House in 1953, they asked women around the world to share their favorite recipes. Though their first location has since expanded into a nationwide family of restaurants, the menu is loyal to the recipes submitted 60 years ago. In fact, they’re the signature dishes: the dutch baby is an airy version dusted with powdered sugar, and the apple pancake is baked in an oven beneath fruit slices and a cinnamon-sugar glaze. The menu has since expanded to include omelets studded with sugar-cured ham or fresh mushrooms—all served with three buttermilk pancakes, of course. Like a swimming pool filled with margarita mix, lunch selections introduce an unexpected Mexican flair, igniting palates with dishes such as steak fajitas with bell peppers and jalapeños.
The food is delicious, and great portions for the price. Our server was friendly and attentive. Will be back!!Kelly R., Yelp, 1/13/12
Tips from Groupon Customers
“The staff was very nice and the food was good.”
“Read the fine print on Groupons - I couldn't use mine since it was only valid during the week, while I'm at work.”
“the waffles are excellent! Omelets are wonderful too, except they need to go lighter on the oil”