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Let's put together a pancake hootenanny!

  • d

OK, say someone, ahem, wanted to do a pancake tour of the LA board areas. For several months, he or she would hit every viable pancake place hounders love. Where would they be going?

I'll start in the SFV, but add any rec!:

Follow Your Heart
Hugo's
More than Waffles
Ci Ci's cafe
Dupar's

Out of the SFV:
John O' Groats

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    1. re: mc michael

      What are Musso's like? Where is Musso?

      1. re: Diana

        Musso and Frank on Hollywood serve flannel cakes ... maybe that's what mc_michael meant?

        1. re: Diana

          Musso & Frank's is on Hollywood Boulevard - just west of Cherokee, I believe.

      2. Ronnie's Diner in the Marina/Culver City and the Brickhouse in Venice.

        1. Square One, definitely, on Fountain behind the Scientology Center.

          Doughboys - their blueberry flaxseed pancakes are awesome.

          Edited to add: Browsing through the LATimes food archives this morning and came across this article, which has more suggestions:

          http://www.calendarlive.com/dining/cl...

          1. Good fancy pancakes at Julienne, San Marino.

            1. Of course, the Original Pancake House for their massive-yet-thin 49ers. Three pancakes the size of hubcaps (well, almost), but as thin as crepes. Really filling, yet delicate. We go to the one in Manhattan Beach (or is it Torrance-adjacent?)...

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              1. re: silence9

                You may be talking about the Redondo Beach location. I agree about those 49er Flap Jacks – the perfect pancake. The Original Pancake House is a national chain yet it cannot be beat for pancakes of all kinds. The only down-side about this place is everyone knows about it and the wait can be crazy. Going early is a must. I also like the pancakes at Pie 'n Burger because they remind me very much of the 49er Flap Jacks at OPH -- large, thin and just a little chewy. I like Egg Heaven Café for a Blue stack with a great Blue Berry compote on top. Add a side of their sausage and that is a great breakfast. Jongewaard's Bake 'n Broil has good home style pancakes and has become one of my favorite places for breakfast because of the menu and those pies, cakes, muffins, ......

                Original Pancake House (49er Flap Jacks)
                18453 Yorba Linda Boulevard
                Yorba Linda, California 92686
                (714) 693-1390

                Original Pancake House (49er Flap Jacks)
                1756 South Pacific Coast Hwy.
                Redondo Beach, California 90277
                (310) 543-9875

                Original Pancake House (49er Flap Jacks)
                1418 East Lincoln Avenue
                Anaheim, California 92805
                (714) 535-9815
                http://www.originalpancakehouse.com/

                Pie 'n Burger
                913 E. California Blvd.
                Pasadena, CA 91106
                (626) 795-1123
                http://www.pienburger.com/

                Egg Heaven Cafe. (Cash Only – Very good breakfast and burgers. Blue stack, sausage, omelets are all very good. I like everything but the hash and biscuits and gravy
                )4358 East 4th St. (Corner of East 4th and Ximeno St.)
                Long Beach, CA
                (562) 433-9277

                Jongewaard's Bake 'n Broil (Breakfast, Chicken Fried Steak, Pancakes, Pot pie, Burgers, Red Velvet and other cupcakes, sticky buns, Cakes and Pies so good!)
                3697 Atlantic Ave (North of 405 – corner of 37th st.)
                Long Beach, CA 90807
                (562) 595-0396
                bakenbroil.com