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    March 3, 2015 is National Pancake Day. This means that you can have your  (pan)cake and eat it, too at one of these Louisville restaurants with excellent pancakes. If your favorite place isn't on the list, feel free to leave it in the comments. We chose 10 excellent local restaurants that happen to be open and serving on National Pancake Day 2015. 

    1. Wild Eggs

    Wild eggs has many Louisville locations and makes a KILLER stack of S'more pancakes. 

    2. First Watch

    Recently opened, First Watch's Louisville location has banana granola crunch pancakes. Read about them in our Best Bite of the Week, here! 

    3. Eggs Over Frankfort

    Eggs Over Frankfort does different special pancakes in addition to their regular pancakes, like the above cocoa banana cakes. 

    4. North End Café

    A Louisville classic, North End Cafe has many delicious pancakes, but their savory bacon and cheddar pancakes are the actual best. 

    5. Toast

    Toast even has a location on the Sunny Side (that's New Albany!) and their lemon souffle' pancakes are legendary. 

    6. Highland Morning

    Highland Morning's Lemon Lovers pancakes come doused in blueberry syrup and are a brunch-y delight. 

    7. Barbara Lee's 

    Running low on cash? Barbara Lee's has delicious, inexpensive greasy-spoon food, including pancakes. 

    8. Ghyslain

    ​Ghyslain has two area locations (one is Westport Village and one on Market St.) and they have swoon-worthy red velvet pancakes. 

    9. ​Wagner's Pharmacy

    ​If you're looking for a good, old-fashioned pancake (a Ron Swanson pancake, if you will) head to Wagner's Pharmacy. 

    10. Hillbilly Tea Shack 

    Hillbilly Tea Shack has a vegan skillet pancake and they serve breakfast all day long! Pictured above is a German chocolate skillet pancake from their sister restaurant, Hillbilly Tea, but you'll have to wait 'til the weekend to get brunch there. 

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    Big fan of bacon and bourbon, deep fried anything, sweet tea and sweet nothings.

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