Each year on March 1st, IHOP celebrates National Pancake Month with free flapjacks all day long. Other restaurants salute the pancake with fresh toppings, decadent fillings and a few savory twists. It’s tough to resist these pillowy treats—especially as Mardi Gras season comes to a close.

International House of Pancakes
Free Short Stack on March 1 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant
New York, NY
Specialty Pancakes such as toasted pineapple and chocolate chunk with raspberry sauce; $15

Country Pancake House
Ridgewood, NJ
Baked Cornmeal and Whole Wheat Cake with bacon, ham, cheddar cheese and sour cream; $8.95

Plaza Café
Santa Fe, NM
Blue Corn Pancakes with fresh piñon nuts; $4.75

New York, NY
Ricotta Pancakes with maple syrup, apple and raisin compote; $14

Mindy’s Hot Chocolate
Chicago, IL
Buttermilk Pancakes with sliced bananas and whipped butterscotch butter; $10

Jack ’n Jill’s
Beverly Hills, CA
Savannah Strawberry Oatmeal Cakes topped with fresh strawberries; $9.95

Aunt Emma’s Pancakes
National City, CA
Peanut Butter Cakes blended with peanut butter chips, topped with peanut butter chips and whipped cream; $5.99

La Cucina Restaurant
Reno, NV
Mascarpone Pancakes, short stack; $4.95

Tecolote Café
Santa Fe, NM
Melba Hot Cakes with peach and raspberry sauce; $4.60

Dallas, TX
Blueberry and Ricotta Cheese Pancakes with vanilla poached apricots and cream; $9

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