Montana: Stella’s Kitchen
Craving that huge, diner style pancake, with a hearty slab of butter on top? Stella’s has got you covered.
Nevada: Green Gataeu
New Hampshire: Polly’s Pancake Parlor
Have you heard about the theme of our upcoming issue? Our 11th issue is a celebration of morning. A slow and quiet morning, a morning steeped in tradition, a morning dedicated to your craft, or rejuvenation of mind, body and spirit. Mornings across New England are unique to every individual but help shape the unique story of our region. We want you to share your New England morning with us by either submitting for the upcoming issue (you can learn more at www.tellnewengland.com) or by joining us in celebration of mornings, however you define it, by sharing yours on social using #tellNEmornings. We'd like to see and share how New England does mornings as we gear up for our Issue 11 launch! PS it's #pancakeday..so this lovely stack from one of our favorite NH breakfast establishments seemed most fitting!
A state famous pancake joint with tons of different batters and add-ins. Their batter is so good they sell the mix too!
New Jersey: PJ’s Pancake House
A personal favorite— these pancakes are truly above the rest. Beyond from their extensive menu, PJ’s pancakes are the way all pancakes should be made: light and fluffy. Honestly, PJ’s could go for best pancakes in the world. They’re that good.
New Mexico: The Grove Cafe and Market
A nice and bougie joint in the middle of the desert. The Grove Cafe is said to serve up some “heavenous” pancakes.
New York: Vinegar Hill House
These pancakes are everything a pancake should be. The perfect balance between light and fluffy and hefty and dense. A little crumbly, but still a cake. Leave it to Brooklyn to make the right pancake.
North Carolina: Tupelo Honey Cafe
The signature dish at Tupelo Honey is their sweet potato pancake. Topped with peach butter and spiced pecans, you can’t miss this one!
North Dakota: Darcy’s Cafe
Darcy’s pancakes are said to be so good, they’ll immediately put a smile on your face.
Ohio: The Angry Baker
The Angry Baker’s pancakes, in general, are great, but they even cook up some delicious vegan, oat flapjacks. Yummy and healthy!
Flint is known for serving up buckwheat pancakes with brown sugar, and rum flambéed bananas. A fun twist on a breakfast classic.
Oregon: Broder PDX
Imagine if you had a pancake, rolled it up into a ball, and then fried that ball and basically had a pancake donut? Well, that’s exactly what they do at Border PDX serving Dutch pancakes with a side of raspberry jam and lemon curd. They also have regular pancakes too, but I would go for those pancake donuts.
Pennsylvania: Honey’s Sit ‘N Eat
The classic breakfast and brunch dilemma is to go sweet or to go savory? At Honey’s Sit ’N Eat they save you the trouble by making a bacon and egg sandwich with pancakes as the bread. Its menu name is “The Breakfast Bomb” and it’s pretty clear why.