There's no shortage of pancake houses in that part of the continent.Pancakes must include maple syrup, of course, but I've also liked topping them with brown sugar or white sugar.
Holy cow they must love their pancakes in that part of the country! I've never been to Myrtle Beach but I have been to South Carolina.
Too much choice! I'd have to head into one of them… I had to google ihop.
I love that Dino's sign!
Luv, luv Myrtle Beach, S.C.
LOL - love the different pancake place signs!
That's a lot of pancakes. I had no idea they were that popular. We have very few locally-owned pancake houses, but a St. Louis favorite is Uncle Bill's.
Boy, the only other place I've seen with so many pancake places is Normandy/Brittany with all their creperies. Happy Easter! Cheers from Carole's chatter
Wow! Lots of pancakes. We love ours with chocolate chips and good maple syrup. Homemade though over restaurant any day. Happy Easter.
Yummy! Great photos, as always! Your posts are great for armchair travel!
Oooo, I love pancakes. I very rarely feel like making them at home, so I order them when I go out, even though I know they're easy and simple. There's just something special about pancakes from an experienced line cook/kitchen.
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