They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we don’t disagree with that. Every day should start with a hearty breakfast, especially when you are on vacation. There is no shortage of pancake eateries in Myrtle Beach from big chain restaurants to “mom and pop” shops and more. Before you venture out to find breakfast on your next vacation, check out the top 5 places to get pancakes in Myrtle Beach.
Mammy’s Kitchen has been a Myrtle Beach staple since 1953. Over the years, the menus and owners have changed but the delicious food has remained the same. The classic American diner provides a homey feeling for visitors and locals alike. Mammy’s Kitchen is located downtown, which is a great starting point before you head to the beach or other nearby attractions. Be sure to come hungry because breakfast is an all-you-can-eat buffet. The best part is the buffet is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It doesn’t matter when we crave some mouth-watering pancakes because they are always available. The pancakes come out piping hot and have a variety of syrups to give them the perfect taste.
Dino’s Pancake House
With pancakes in the name, you know it has to be good. The North Myrtle Beach restaurant is a great place to bring the entire family to fill up a stack of pancakes. Dino’s Pancake House has been around for many years and serves a good old-fashioned breakfast. You can expect quick service, hot coffee, and amazing food. All pancakes are made with buttermilk and can be made any way you want. You can order classic pancakes or create flapjacks filled with your choice of strawberry, apple, blueberry, or cherry. Yum!
International House of Pancakes has been a famous breakfast chain across the country for over 50 years. There are two great locations in Myrtle Beach with some of the best breakfast options. IHOP is open day and night and has a large menu making it easy to find a tasty meal. The eatery is known for its fast service and kid-friendly environment. Some of the specialty pancakes include New York Cheesecake, Chocolate Chip, Rooty Tooty Fresh N’ Fruity, and Harvest Grain N’ Nut. You can also order pancakes and other menu items from the Simple and Fit selection if you are counting your calories.
Sea Captain’s House
How would you like to enjoy your breakfast with an oceanfront view? Sea Captain’s House was once a beach house and later turned into a famous restaurant in 1962. There are several rooms throughout the restaurant for guests to dine in, including an outdoor patio. All of the staff is extremely friendly and ready to accommodate your needs. You can order breakfast from the menu, or you can enjoy a full buffet. The buffet includes French toast, pancakes, meats, grits, waffles, and more. Sea Captain’s House is a beautiful restaurant and a must-see on your vacation checklist.
Plantation Pancake House
Plantation Pancake House has pancakes for days and has been serving visitors and locals since 1985. The Surfside Beach eatery even has a pancake webcam on its website for those pancake lovers who can’t get enough! Each pancake platter is served with whipped topping, real butter, and syrup. You can decide from one of the many toppings on the menu including pecans, bananas, Hershey’s chocolate chips, and peanut butter chocolate chips. Hungry yet?
Denny’s is known for their hearty breakfasts, and the pancake menu does not disappoint. There are multiple locations throughout the Grand Strand open day and night for breakfast lovers alike. The Grand Slam is a sure hit to get your pancake fix plus enjoy some other delicious food like bacon, eggs, grits, hash browns, sausage, and more. Be sure to come extra hungry when you dine at Denny’s! There are plenty of breakfast options and places to get pancakes in Myrtle Beach. Tell us, where’s your favorite restaurant to get some hot stacks?