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Bob S. May 3, 2001 03:48 PM

Can anyone point me torwards othwer location of this Great Place! I wass in Miami and stopped by The Original Pancake House, and it was light years better thna IHOP!

I hear there are a few locations in LA, or Orange. Anyone know where they are?

The Apple Pancake is worth it's weight in gold!!!

Omlets were amazing too!

Thanks!

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    armand May 19, 2001 07:44 PM

    The Original "Original Pancake House" is on Lincoln Ave. just west of State College Blvd. in Anaheim. It was opened by two retired woman teachers about 40 years ago. They franchised the name and recipes out but it is as good as it was when I first went there 30 years ago. It is wildly popular especially on weekends. Prepare for a wait then.

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      Norm May 4, 2001 11:40 PM

      The Original Pancake House in Redondo Beach is located at 1756 South Pacific Coast Highway and the phone number is (310) 543-9875.

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        Andie May 4, 2001 02:13 PM

        Use yellow.com to do a search and you'll find seven southern california locations.

        Link: http://www.yellow.com

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          Richard Foss May 3, 2001 04:05 PM

          The original one in this chain is actually in Portland, Oregon. I don't know of any others around LA... Personally I'm a fan of Uncle Bill's in Manhattan Beach, but the OPH comes in second in its class.

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            Bob Barnett May 3, 2001 07:24 PM

            Dinahs!
            Hughes offramp at the 405 in Westchester.

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              LBQT May 4, 2001 11:56 AM

              IMHO, Dinah's is nothing special. Heavy pancakes that could be esaily duplicated at home with Bisquick. Even DuPar's pancakes are better than these.

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                Larry May 4, 2001 09:10 PM

                Obviously you have never had the Apple Pancake or the Dutch Pancake. Try to duplicate them at home with Bisquick, I think not.

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                  Jerry May 8, 2001 04:59 PM

                  ...Or the incredible and huge German Pancake (w/powdered sugar and a mound of lemon slices). These special's (Apple, Dutch, etc) take about 20 minutes to prepare but are well worth it. They're the only reason I go there.

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