5 local places to celebrate National Pancake Week

5 local places to celebrate National Pancake Week

stack of pancakes and fruitNational Pancake Week is February 19-25, 2012! To help you celebrate, we’ve searched the city high and low to bring you the best pancake houses in Atlanta! Get ready for fluffy pancakes, sweet toppings, and likely a satisfying food coma.

Pancakes are a budget-friendly way to fill up your belly. There are few things on earth that can get the job done better. (Turkey and stuffing come to mind.) Take a peek at these breakfast restaurants around Atlanta that’ll get you fat and happy:

Wrecking Bar Brewpub isn’t generally a breakfast joint but the folks here take pancake week seriously. Come in anytime during the week for one of a kind Munich Malt Pancakes, topped with duck confit, candied tangerine and pea shoots. You might also like Kaiserschmarrn “Emperor’s Nonsense” Sweet Pancakes with rum soaked raisins, spiced plums and confectioner’s sugar. They’ve also added Bananas Foster Cardamom Crepes with crème anglaise ice cream to the menu for a French-ified version of pancake goodness.

Do it up at Silver Skillet. Their “syrupy things” include old fashioned buttermilk pancakes with southern complements like fried pork chops, cheese grits, and homemade biscuits. From scrambled eggs to steak, Silver Skillet has you covered.

For creative pancakes, check out J. Christopher’ s . Sink your teeth into Blueberry Crunchcakes, Chocolate Chipcakes, or Plain Ole cakes that are anything but boring.

Did the above recommendation sound too sweet? Satisfy your health kick with Organic Oatmeal Pancakes from The Flying Biscuit. Savor three pancakes topped with warm peach compote. This natural, fruity take on pancakes is sure to be guilt-free.

You can also get healthy fare at Home Grown, which offers unbeatable pancake stacks. Top off the cakes with fresh fruit. Atlantans prefer Home Grown because it’s fresh food served fast but not at all fast food.

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