Myrtle Beach Pancake Houses
When one thinks of Myrtle Beach, some of the first activities that come to mind are beaches and golf. Another is the tradition of eating at one of the plethora of Pancake Houses found from North Myrtle Beach to Murrells Inlet. One can find over thirty different local establishments and with their multiple locations that number triples.
Typical breakfast establishments in Myrtle Beach open at 6am, the perfect place to stop by after your morning beach walk, and stay open until 2pm, for those who need those extra hours of sleep after that late night out.
Mammy’s Kitchen has been a Myrtle Beach staple since 1953. Their world-famous breakfast and fresh fruit buffet ($8.99 for adults, and $4.99 for children over 9) has customers lining up for their 7am opening. More than 11 morning meal staples are featured, including pancakes, waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage and grits. Customers can continuously feast from 7 a.m. to noon, and at 11am until 1pm, you can order from their lunch menu.
Plantation Pancake House and Woodhaven Pancake House, sister restaurants, have been a part of Myrtle Beach since 1985 and have locations in Surfside, Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Headlining the expansive menu is their 71 Signature Omelets. In addition to pancackes and waffles, they offer fresh fruit, country ham, NY Strip Steaks, and homemade sausage gravy. Enjoy fresh strawberries, blueberries and bananas with their pancakes and waffles along with Hershey’s Chocolate and Reese’s chips. They also offer a lunch menu that is available anytime and features Angus Burgers, Gyros, Club Sandwiches, a variety of salads.
Dino’s House of Pancakes is another Myrtle Beach staple. A Trip Advisor favorite, many reviewers comment on their annual visits. Open from 6am to 2pm, this local favorite offers traditional pancakes, Belgium waffles, hash-browns, scrambled eggs, combination platters of eggs and pancakes, and their highly acclaimed grits. Reviews of Dino’s also give high marks to their great wait staff.
To celebrate this year’s Olympic Games, you can also visit Olympic Flame Pancake House. Family owned and operated since 1975 it is a tradition with locals and visitors. Serving buttermilk pancakes, French toast, three egg omelets and other breakfast specialties, they also have a large selection of sandwiches and burgers on their lunch menu.
Johnny D’s brought over 35 years of food experience in New York to Myrtle Beach and partnered with Jamie Saunders in 2014 to open Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery. Open from 6:30am to 2pm, they offer $5 early bird specials, including your drink, until 8:30 am. Serving traditional breakfasts of eggs, pancakes, waffles, and omelets, a special He-Man breakfast selection is available for those with man-sized appetites. Irish, Western, Pork Belly, California, Smoked Salmon and Crab Cake Benedicts confirm Chef Jamie’s recent award of Grand Strand Chef of the Year.
So, in between your frozen drinks by the pool and Calabash dinners, make sure you save room for breakfast at one of our many Pancake Houses!