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June 9, 2011
From journal Nashville-Gotta Love It
August 3, 2005
From journal Music City, USA
August 26, 2001
Plan on arriving as early as possible, especially on a Sunday morning. The line starts at the door and winds out and around the building. (Thank goodness for the pot of coffee that is for all the people in line.) We have waited in line for over 30 minutes even when the temperature was around 20 degrees. Its a popular place!
The restaurant resembles a 50's diner. The tables and chairs are very close together but there are booths around the perimeter. Don't be too choosy about a table. There are plenty of people in line who will take the next table, so be prepared to sit at whatever table is available when you're finally at the head of the line.
Just as you might expect, pancakes are the specialty. We try to order different ones each time we eat here so we can try the various options. There are just about every type of pancake that you can imagine, although the chocolate pancake is more like a dessert than a breakfast item. Everything we've eaten here has been very good and the servings are always more than enough for one person. There are other options on the menu, including some lunch items, but we stick with the pancakes!
From journal More to Nashville than the Opry
by Steve S.
Kansas City, Missouri
January 16, 2001
From journal Nashville: A Cultural Destination