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5 best spots in Las Vegas to get pancakes

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October 09, 2017 By Al Mancini

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Babystacks Cafe

With more than 20 styles of pancakes, ranging from red velvet to white chocolate macadamia to bacon-infused, the Babystacks menu appears to have everything covered. But that doesn’t stop them from offering daily specials like Butterfingers or Cookie Monster. So check the board before you order.

7090 N. Durango Drive, 702-906-1946, babystackscafe.com

Hash House a Go Go

Whatever your taste, Hash House a Go Go is the place to visit when you want a lot of something. And the monstrous pancakes are no exception. But size isn’t all that matters here. These giants are available in buttermilk, blueberry pecan, brown sugar banana, blackberry granola, Snickers, apple cinnamon and mango coconut.

Plaza, 1 S. Main St., 702-384-4646, and other locations, hashhouseagogo.com

The Original Pancake House

Style is king at this national chain. We’re talking about large and small Dutch-style baked pancakes (the bigger ones are savory, while the petite are sweet), as well as souffle-like German style with lemon, butter and powdered sugar. If that’s not enough for you, try the house specialty, made with Granny Smith apples and cinnamon glaze.

4483 W. Charleston Blvd., 702-259-7755, and other locations, pancakehouseofnevada.com

The Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge

They’re known for their omelets, but the Strip’s top 24-hour breakfast spot also does pancakes, and they do them well. They come three to an order, banana or walnuts optional. And the decor makes you feel like you’re eating them inside a gloriously tacky stretch limo.

2985 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702-735-4177, peppermilllasvegas.com

Kitchen Table

It doesn’t get any more gourmet than this Henderson hot spot’s foie and apple skillet cake. It starts with a skillet-baked pancake, maple gastrique, caramelized apples and streusel, which would be posh enough for most. But the chef just can’t resist topping it with some seared foie gras.

1716 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway in Henderson, 702-478-4782, kitchentablelv.com


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