This 24-hr. diner has been voted “Best Breakfast in Austin” for five consecutive years! The pancakes are so popular that Kerbey Lane began selling its famous pancake mix at area HEB’s, Central Markets and Whole Foods. Check out one of its five Austin locations to see what all the fuss is about.
Austin – Magnolia Café
In addition to being absolutely delicious, these pancakes are HUGE, so don’t let anyone talk you into ordering a full stack. We recommend adding banana. And once you start getting cravings at all hours of the day and night, don’t worry—Magnolia Café is open 24 hours at both locations!
Dallas – All Good Café
Enjoy fluffy hotcakes at this Deep Ellum favorite while live music plays. With a decidedly “Austin” vibe, All Good Café brings in a different musical act nearly every night of the week.
2934 Main Street
Dallas, Texas 75226
Fort Worth – Ol’ South Pancake House
The menu at Ole South Pancake House includes pancakes prepared fourteen ways. Yep, fourteen. And that doesn’t include the varieties you can come up with yourself. Try the Elvis pancakes, made with peanut butter and bananas.
1509 South University
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Houston – Fountain View Café
The simple, uncomplicated menu at this favorite breakfast spot keeps regulars coming back. The pancakes here are Swedish style, so they’re more like crèpes than traditional hot cakes.
1842 Fountain View Dr.
Houston, Texas 77057
Houston – The Buffalo Grille
A Houston institution since 1984, The Buffalo Grille is known as the “Cheers” of breakfast because the employees remember your name. And the pancakes are delish at both locations!
McKinney – Bill Smith’s Café
Bill Smith’s Café has been around for 50 years. We’re pretty sure it’s because of the original recipes they use, handed down through five generations! Try the pancakes just once, and you’ll be hooked.