Stacked. Served as silver dollars. Topped with everything from chocolate chips to banana slices to good old-fashioned maple syrup.
In celebration of National Pancake Day today, visit the following six restaurants, which each offer an assortment of yummy options.
Mason Tavern: Beginning Saturday, this industrial chic restaurant in North Decatur will launch its brunch menu. Serendipitously, it includes banana Fosters pancakes, a delectable concoction of buttermilk pancakes served with roasted bananas, rum caramel, salted pecans and Applewood smoked bacon.
Superica: This Tex-Mex restaurant located at Krog Street Market in Inman Park offers a double or triple stack hotcakes option. Chef Kevin Maxey serves ’em with whipped butter and buttermilk syrup too.
Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar: Go big. This Midtown restaurant located in the Loews Hotel offers a jumbo buttermilk or sweet potato pancake with a choice of two toppings, Nutella, chocolate chips, mixed berries or bananas.
Bantam + Biddy: They serve more than just chicken. Go gluten free with their buttermilk pancakes topped with fig jam, honey butter and Steen’s cane syrup. There are three locations to choose from too.
Peach & The Porkchop: Eat. Save. Savor. Their stackhouse—three pancakes served with warm maple syrup and butter—will be half off. Ditto for toppings, which include blueberries, chocolate chips or bananas.
Sway: Celebrate with a stack of blueberry buttermilk pancakes topped with almond streusel, cinnamon sugar and maple syrup at this restaurant located in Downtown Atlanta’s Hyatt Regency Hotel. Gluten-free pancakes are available upon request.