Original pancake shop.
It’s a spot where you can get your fix of pancakes, and it’s open every day.
It opened last year in Berkeley’s historic Old Town.
Now it’s opening a third location in downtown Seattle.
The original, a cozy, old-fashioned diner, is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with dinner and a brunch buffet available on Sundays.
The new location, at 1st and Pine streets in Seattle, will be a smaller, more intimate restaurant, but the original is open every Sunday, and there are plans to have a second one open on the first Thursday of every month, the Seattle Times reports.
Both are located at a new location in the area, and will open by October.
The restaurant is still being designed and will be ready to open in November, according to the Seattle Business Journal.
There are a lot of things about the original that are a little bit weird, and we really wanted to take the time to do a little taste of what we’re doing,” executive chef Tom Scholz told the Seattle Weekly.
“I think that’s part of the appeal. “
It’s been a lot to bear,” Schols told the publication.
“I think that’s part of the appeal.
That you can go out there and laugh at what you’re doing.”
The restaurant, which is called the Pancake House, has had a few locations around the world, including New York and Berlin, but it’s not a permanent fixture.
“We have a lot more exciting things in the works,” Scholez told Eater Seattle.
“Seattle is a city of great foodies, and I think we have a big, great team here.”
He added: “I’m sure we’ll find a new place to host that one night, and if that happens, we’ll be glad to be part of it.”
Check out more photos of the new restaurant from Eater.