Flapjacks, butter gutters, sometimes even called griddle backs; these large, fluffy sometimes dime-sized saucer shaped pieces of deliciousness are a world staple. A meal of pancakes for breakfast will brighten anyone’s mood no matter the age. You can share them, have them all to yourself or even eat them in bed. You can never go wrong with pancakes, which is why they are perfection no matter how you prepare and eat them. Let’s face it, pancakes are a breakfast staple we just can’t live without. Plus, you can have them any time of the day. Now, with savory tastes being added to some local menus for pancake choices, everyone’s taste buds are satisfied. The pillowy texture and varied flavors have been around for years and yet we still can’t get enough of them. So whether you like your pancakes fluffy or crispy, dense or light, topped with chocolate chips or with fruit, check out some of the best places to get your hotcakes buttered and drenched in syrup.
Sweet Potato Sensations
Detroit, MI 48219
Pancakes made from sweet potatoes! Now that’s a slice of sweet heaven. Customers can get fluffy flapjacks on the border of Detroit and Redford. Visit Sweet Potato Sensations bakery for tasty midnight snacks.
Le Petit Dejeuner Angelo’s Coco Fairfield’s The Original Pancake House
Detroit, MI 48207
Even though this is a french themed restaurant. Grab some pancakes and I hear the creamy corn I is a “Must Try”. Something different right?!
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
One of the oldest greasy spoons in the Ann Arbor area. Dating back to 1965, you have to go and experience the family oriented spirit over some flapjacks made with love. With recipes passed down and fresh loaves of bread made daily Angelo’s will remind you of home.
Berkley, MI 48072
These freshly made pancakes are made with freshly harvested ingredients. Traditional favorites are sold here but gluten free and vegan options are too. You can’t go wrong with these!
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236
Nothing beats the Original Pancake House, where it all started for traditional style pancakes; just butter and syrup. Want to try something new? How about the apple pancakes, smothered with sauteed apples and baked with cinnamon sugar. Yummy!
The Original Pancake House