IHOP resumes its All You Can Eat Pancakes deal this week, offering customers unlimited short stacks along with a complete breakfast starting at $4.99.
According to a news release issued Monday, the deal includes two pancakes to start, plus two eggs; two pieces of either ham, sausage, or bacon; and hash browns. Also included in the price are an endless supply of additional pancakes, brought three at a time.
The California-based breakfast chain will continue giving away flapjacks in February during its National Pancake Day Celebration. Though they will forgo charging for their famous hotcakes during the fifteen-hour giveaway, IHOP hopes to secure at least $900,000 in donations to the Children’s Miracle Network to meet their goal of raising $5 million for the charity in five years.
Both promotions come on the heels of Nation’s Restaurant News naming Julia Stewart, CEO of IHOP parent company DineEquity, Inc., one of “10 Restaurant Execs to Watch in 2010.”
All You Can Eat Pancakes lasts now until February 21 at participating locations while the National Pancake Day Celebration takes place between 7AM and 10PM on February 23.