Because of its structural integrity, the pancake stack is critical to balanced breakfasts and long outlasts scrambled-egg skyscrapers. Appreciate epicurean architecture with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of breakfast fare at JP Pancake, with locations in Scottsdale and Gilbert.
JP Pancake's cooks reinvent traditional breakfast specialties with a menu of gourmet ingredient combinations, gluten-free options, and innovative cooking methods. Diners can embrace the day with the house specialty oven-baked pancakes ($8.50), which are served hot off the grill and parade across plates in six flavor combinations, including sliced apple with cinnamon sugar, sun-dried cranberry with orange zest, banana, and wild blueberry. Stovetop pastries cushion bacon, ham, or sausage in the Egg Classics breakfast ($8.25) or swaddle two sausage links in Griddle Greats pigs in a blanket ($7.25). Patrons can bypass gluten with the gluten-free belgian waffles ($7.25+) or the gluten-free Pancakes with Pizzazz, which are layered in flavor innovations such as orange poppy seed, toasted coconut cranberry, lemon nutty, and denim ($8.45).
At JP Pancake, the chefs are specialists in breakfast, lunch, and most importantly—as the name might imply—pancakes. Touted as their house specialty, oven-baked pancakes arrive freshly baked in fluffy, golden packages, topped with fruits such as apples, bananas, or blueberries, and finished off with cinnamon sugar. Buttermilk pancakes also boast chocolate chips, strawberries, and nuts and can be slipped under the door to feed a pet tiger that’s acting a bit too grumpy. Malted belgian waffles can also be prepared gluten free and enjoyed alongside french toast and omelets. At the Scottsdale location, grilled sandwiches—such as triple grilled cheese, green-chili chicken, and BLT—pair well with tacos and hot dogs to please the lunch crowd.