“23 different types of pancakes”
Nashville tradition began in 1961 when my father, Robert Baldwin, opened The Pancake Pantry. The idea was to build reputation and menu around a variety of uncommonly good pancakes. Equally important was his desire to develop a friendly, down-to-earth atmosphere which would keep customers coming back time and time again. In 1978, I became partners with my dad and eventually bought the restaurant from him in 1988. Pancake Pantry boasts a menu of 23 different types of pancakes, none more unique than the Village Smithy â�� cornmeal pancakes cooked with green chilis and peppers, and served with pico de gallo, sour cream, and syrup.
Food was great the line went quick
I just don't get it. On Saturdays and Sundays, people stand in line to eat pancakes. They are good pancakes, but they are pancakes. There are more unique breakfast places in Nashville. If you must go on a week day and get the blueberry pancakes.
Absolutely loved their old fashioned buttermilk blueberry pancakes! Two thumbs up.
Delicious! Great variety, fantastic food and friendly service. So glad we included the Pancake Pantry in our Nashville stops.
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- Mon - Fri: 6:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Sun, Sat: 6:00 am - 4:00 pm
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