DON - They are far better than IHOP's pancakes. You really should take your wife and try them one morning. I think you will both enjoy them..Now, they are a little pricey so be forewarned. But, at least try them once..The quality is there....that's why the long lines....
They use to have one in North Miami Beach near 125th. There is one in Aventura on Fed Hwy near the racetrack for sure. But, you have one on Bird Rd.. Hmmm.. Don't go to that one! Let me tell you why. If you head north on I-95 and go to the one in Aventura, on the way back you can take Biscayne South and finally try Steve's for pizza (123rd and Biscayne ) Ha ha..(I cannot figure out how to use the damn smiley faces!)
Happy New Year MD
Let's all promote chains in 2009..maybe someone will come forward and own up to the low ratings being given for perfectly informative information and pictures ( thank you Ellen) that one can or cannot choose to read and benefit from. I am not trying to stir up this issue again, but my buddy JohnA is upset. So, let's just throw it out there and not fight this time.
As this economy worsens, we just may be left with far more chains than some here would like to see. Personally, I don't care if it's a chain I'm eating at so long as it is really good! That does leave out a good majority..I'lll grant that to the chain naysayers. There are not many worthy of our dining dollars, but there are some that are!
So, when a chain does a good job, they should get the same respect as any indy on this site as far as I am concerned. More so actually. It is far, far tougher to control quality and service at a slew of locations than one location. To maintain consistancy the likes of what you'll see at J Alexanders, Stonewood, Houston's, the Cheesecake Factory, etc. takes a hell of a lot of good management.
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