Today is National Pancake Day at IHOP

Visit IHOP March 25th, enjoy free pancakes, donate to help kids and families
Visit IHOP in Hyannis March 7th to support kids and enjoy a free short stack of pancakes.

Today, February 25th, IHOP® Restaurants 15th annual day of giving, National Pancake Day, is scheduled to kick off– and for one day only, the humble, delicious pancake will serve a much bigger purpose. As part of its celebration, IHOP has partnered with three inspiring charities – Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Shriners Hospitals for Children – with the goal of raising funds for finding cures and eradicating life-threatening diseases affecting children and families everywhere.

On Tuesday, March 25, starting at 7 a.m. – guests can receive a free short stack* of the brand’s world-famous, freshly made buttermilk pancakes at IHOP Restaurants coast to coast. In return, guests are asked to help make a difference by leaving a donation of any size on-check or in-restaurant with all funds going to the charity partners’ local hospital affiliate.

The most anticipated Breakfastarian event of the year, IHOP National Pancake Day is the brand’s signature day of giving and underscores its longstanding commitment to helping families create more moments together. This year, IHOP expects to serve a record-breaking five million pancakes in a single day.

*Guests can receive one free short stack of buttermilk pancakes at participating IHOP Restaurants nationwide on Tuesday, March 25, 2020 (National Pancake Day) from 7a.m.-7p.m.; some locations hours may vary. Please check with your local IHOP for exact hours of participation. Limit one offer per guest. Dine-in only.

**Guests should check with their local IHOP Restaurant to see about qualifying Wall Icons that include a coupon for a future visit.

 


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