Breakfast served all day

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February 26, 2023

Story By: Kyle Galdeira | Photos by: LAWRENCE TABUDLO

IHOP general manager Chasity Brede and area director Darlene Balcita welcome hungry diners.

As the IHOP team encourages guests to “come in hungry and leaving happy and full,” the friendly group wants the overall dining experience to be amazing every time so that by the time a diner leaves, they are already planning their next outing to the family friendly restaurant.

Multiple generations of diners can attest that IHOP is a must-visit destination for guests looking to “put a smile on their plate” by satiating their breakfast all day fix, whether one chooses to enjoy traditional day-starting fare from fluffy pancakes and hearty French toast to eclectic entrées including beef, chicken, fish and turkey options.With four local locations in Hawaii, convenience and flavor converge at IHOP.

National Pancake Day is Feb. 28 and guests who visit an IHOP location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. can get a free short stack.

“We aim to have something for everyone on our menu,” says IHOP area director Darlene Balcita. “From buttermilk pancakes, French toast and crepes to burgers and omelets, to name a few, our team would like to create a memorable experience for our longtime fans and new diners. Providing delicious food and exceptional service for every guest, every time is key so they can come back time and time again.”

Big Steak Omelette ($22.99)

IHOP’s Original Buttermilk Pancake Short Stack ($9.99) is a true breakfast classic. Guests are treated to three of IHOP’s fluffy, world famous buttermilk pancakes topped with butter; of course, diners can then ramp up the flavor with their choices of syrup.

All-Natural Salmon ($21.99)

Big Steak Omelette ($22.99) is a popular breakfast choice that can be enjoyed during any meal as the massive entrée is stuffed with steak, hash browns, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and cheddar cheese along with a side of salsa.

Sirloin Salisbury Steak ($18.99)

Be sure to try a new addition to the IHOP menu as the Salmon ($21.99) is a 6-ounce filet grilled to perfection and served with a rice medley and green beans.

Sirloin Salisbury Steak ($18.99) is another new addition to the IHOP menu that guests are already raving about. This classic hearty dish is topped with sautéed mushrooms and onions and smothered in a rich beef gravy served with broccoli and mashed potatoes.

The highly anticipated National Pancake Day tradition continues at IHOP, which has been celebrating the sweet day for the past 17 years. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., guests can enjoy a free short stack of Buttermilk Pancakes (dine-in only) with the purchase of any additional menu items.

While the signature pancakes usually grab the spotlight at IHOP along with the mainstay menu choices, guests are encouraged to stop in and check out the latest IHOP offerings today and be sure to look out for new seasonal offerings throughout the year.

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