Review: Pancake Pantry – Nashville, TN

various dishes from Pancake Pantry in Nashville, TN

Over 50 years of popularity for all the right reasons.

You really can’t go wrong when you’re making everything from scratch and stop at nothing to find the finest ingredients. Pancake Pantry brings home this motto in spades. There are countless places across the country that offer an array of fun pancakes dressed in every delectable combination you can think of, but what separates Pancake Pantry from the pack is simply what is easily most overlooked, the actual pancakes themselves. For over 50 years they have been bringing the finest specialty flours from the edge of Tennessee and this devotion trickles down to everything else on the menu.

Strong tradition doesn’t fade easily, so even though the Baldwin’s passed ownership on just last year, you won’t find diluted values. Similar to our story on Dino’s Bar in East Nashville, if the restaurant has deep rooted values, new owners will just want to empower what’s already there. You can see for yourself that is definitely the case here by checking out the ever present line out the door via their Pancake Cam (genius!). Quality ingredients and scratch made everything never go out of style.

With 23 varieties, you either need an appetite of the gods or at least a dozen visits to get through the menu. However, pro-tip I learned from one of our super friendly waitresses, you can mix and match flavors, so don’t fret if you can’t choose. Blueberry pancakes are forever my go to, but on adventurous days definitely try the Caribbean, Sweet Potato, and the super unique Buckwheat options. So far, I haven’t had one that hasn’t been flavored with supreme care, so go nuts.

For prices, full menu, and the oh so clever Pancake Cam visit Pancake Pantry’s official website.

To check out other Lord Carnitas approved eateries try: Lockeland Table, The Crying Wolf, or Dino’s Bar

We would love to know any awesome experiences you have had here or your favorite menu items, leave a comment below!

One thought on “Review: Pancake Pantry – Nashville, TN

  • February 20, 2018 at 1:11 am

    Crying Wolf is my favorite. Del Taco sauce is the shit! Keep the great post coming.


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