Whether you enjoy them doused in syrup or smothered in butter, you can have as many as you like through Jan. 27 at International House of Pancakes.
IHOP starts its “keep them coming ’til you say when” stack of famous Buttermilk Pancakes, available as a main dish or alongside a combo order.
Starting Wednesday, Jan. 2, guests can order one of IHOP’s combos featuring eggs any style, crispy hash browns, and a choice of pork sausage links, crisp bacon or ham — all coming with a plate of two signature Buttermilk Pancakes.
Guest may also choose to order a stack of five Buttermilk Pancakes as a main course. When you're done lapping those up, guests can get an additional serving of two pancakes…and when those are gone … they’ll just keep coming and coming for as long as the guest’s appetite holds out.
The “All You Can Eat” pancake promotion has always been a fan-favorite, and guests have been eagerly requesting its return on IHOP’s social media channels, Facebook and Twitter.
“IHOP’s Buttermilk Pancakes is one of our classic offerings that it seems people can never get enough of — but with our ‘All You Can Eat’ promotion, we’ve solved that problem,” said Natalia Franco, IHOP’s senior vice president, marketing. “And what better way to start the New Year than by giving our guests the opportunity to try new ways to enjoy their pancakes: they can decide whether they’re better with butter on top or in between – or both – and try any of our delicious syrups. They may just discover a new way to enjoy this all-time favorite!”
Looking for less calories, choose from IHOP’s regular menu, which features a variety of “SIMPLE & FIT” items, each under 600 calories.
For 54 years, IHOP has been serving 65 different signature, made-from-scratch breakfast options as well as a range of meals under 600 calories.
Beyond offering “everything you love about breakfast,” IHOP has a wide selection of popular lunch and dinner items, as well.
As of September 30, 2012, there were 1,565 IHOPs in 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as in Canada, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the United Arab Emirates, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.