7 Spots to Get Great Pancakes in Philadelphia’s Suburbs
These breakfast joints’ griddle specialties are on point.
This laid-back breakfast joint dishes up sumptuous pancakes like a rich Oreo-flavored one and gooey cinnamon streusel pancakes. If sweet isn’t your thing, try the peanut butter pancakes, perfect for pairing with a hot cup of coffee.
6 Station Road, Ardmore.
Café Lift’s retro vibes make the perfect backdrop for savory blueberry or lemon ricotta pancakes topped with fresh strawberries, honey and whipped cream.
724 Montgomery Ave., Narberth.
Create your perfect plate-sized pancake with Green Street Grill’s wide array of fillers. Stuff them with strawberries, apples, blueberries or chocolate chips, or experiment with almonds, pecans, walnuts or even bacon. You can also top your pancakes with eggs, chipped beef or sausage gravy for the perfect sweet-savory combination.
150 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Downingtown.
Head to Sabrina’s for melt-in-your-mouth buttermilk pancakes with your choice of chocolate chips, bananas, strawberries, or blueberries for toppings.
50 E. Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood.
Spicy Pig Café’s griddle creations offer something for every palette. Its double blueberry or strawberry banana pancakes are a sweet tooth’s paradise. Experiment with birthday cake pancakes stuffed with rainbow sprinkles and layered with icing. Or try a pancake sandwich, layered with scrambled eggs, cheese and bacon between two pancakes.
234-236 Market St., West Chester.
White Dog Cafe’s cinnamon apple pancakes come complete with cinnamon brown butter glaze and apple-pecan compote and are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
379 Lancaster Ave., Haverford; 200 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.
This casual brunch spot never fails to make savory pancakes, topped with powdered sugar and butter. Add blueberries or chocolate chips for the perfect brunch.
324 Bridge St., Phoenixville.