The Record’s Guide to the best pancakes near campus

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The Record’s Guide to the best pancakes near campus

Jordynn Naylor snaps some photo's during her pancake take over story.

Jordynn Naylor snaps some photo's during her pancake take over story.

Jordynn Naylor snaps some photo's during her pancake take over story.

Jordynn Naylor snaps some photo's during her pancake take over story.

Jordynn Naylor, Staff writer

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Pancakes are a classic breakfast item.  Being so popular, I decided to sample flap jack’s from four different diner’s in the Buffalo area to decide who makes the best pancakes.

My first stop on my breakfast adventure was Sophia’s Restaurant. I decided to get the Banana Cinnamon Walnut pancakes.  They were featured Food Network’s show, Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. The pancakes were amazing they had a great banana flavor and the walnuts added an incredible texture.  They even have breakfast themed cocktails for those 21 and up. They had a cute cozy space and extremely friendly staff. My overall rating is  9.5/10.


Their location: 749 Military Road

Their hours: Monday- Saturday: 7 a.m.- 3 p.m.

 

My second stop was The Original Pancake House. I decided to get chocolate chip pancakes, and they were pretty good. They were a little too dry for my liking. The restaurant was larger than your run of the mill diner, and would be a great place to go for a big group gathering. My overall rating is 7.5/10

The location: 2075 Niagara Falls Blvd.

The Hours: Sunday- Thursday: 6:45 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Friday & Saturday: 6:45 a.m.-  9 p.m.

 

My third stop was Amy’s Place. I opted for the chocolate chip pancakes again.  These were by far the best pancakes I have ever had.  They were very moist with the perfect amount of chocolate chips. I definitely recommend going and checking them out.  They had such a cute diner with oustanding food.  My overall rating is 10/10.

Their location: at 3234 Main St.

The Hours: Monday -Sunday: 7 a.m. to 9pm.

 

My last stop was Nick’s Place. I decided to get blueberry pancakes to end the day.  They weren’t bad but they could have had more blueberries. I found myself really craving more of a bluberry flavor. I thought the restaurant itself was very cute. Everyone was very nice. My overall rating is 6/10.

The location: 504 Amherst St.

The Hours: Monday- Sunday: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

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