Chefs forge pancake batter each morning with freshly cracked eggs and house-clarified butter alongside Hormel black-label meats
About This Deal
- Type of food: Breakfast & Brunch
- Valid for the full menu on any day the establishment is open
- See the menu
About The Original Pancake House
Each morning as the sun begins to stir, the breakfast artisans at The Original Pancake House crack fresh eggs into bowls of preservative-free ingredients, sour starter, and house-clarified butter to forge thick buttermilk pancakes. These are the basis of the menu's 16 pancake varieties, which include golden circlets cloaked with brandied peaches, whipped cream, and powdered sugar. To craft apple pancakes, the cooks sauté granny smith slices in clarified butter before stirring them into a skillet full of German-style batter for a long bake in the oven. Four slices of Hormel black-label bacon escort two large ranch eggs and heaps of pancakes onto the bacon and eggs plate, which chefs cook according to guests' preferences.
The kitchen also slings a luncheon menu of classic eats, including chicken salad and corned beef sandwiches, and servers toting glasses of freshly squeezed orange and grapefruit juices will happily regale guests with tales accumulated since the restaurant's inception in 1953. The restaurant's free WiFi allows for out-of-office work to continue without having to finish pressing reports in syrup.