7 spots serving up some of the best pancakes in Seattle

Feb 16 2021, 1:42 pm

A solid stack of pancakes is truly hard to beat.

When you’re craving a piping hot tower of fluffy flapjacks covered in sugary syrup, there are some seriously top-notch breakfast and brunch joints in Seattle you can visit to wet your whistle.

Here is where to get some of the best pancakes in Seattle:

Voula’s Offshore Cafe

 

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You need to try Voula’s pancakes. This unsuspecting cafe will serve you no-frill pancakes that surely hit the spot. Even the Mayor of Flavortown himself, Guy Fieri, approves.

Location: 658 NE Northlake Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-634-0183
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Glo’s 

Pick between two or four buttermilk pancakes at Glo’s. Actually, no, don’t pick between the two, just go for four. Glo’s also gives the option of adding meat or fruit for a few extra bucks.

Location: 1621 East Olive Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-324-2577
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Bounty Kitchen

 

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After some greasy breakfasts, it’s always nice to recharge with some fresh, local, and organic eats. At Bounty Kitchen, you can feel healthy and replenished with just about any dish. Rather than pancakes, indulge in gluten-free griddle cakes.

Location: 7 Boston Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-695-2017

Location: 801 Lenora Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-602-6045
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The Egg and Us 

 

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Enjoy Swedish pancakes loaded with lingonberries, Devonshire cream, butter, and powdered sugar at The Egg and Us. If you’re less of a lingonberry fan, go for the lemon ricotta pancakes, they’re delish.

Location: 4609 14th Ave NW #108, Seattle
Phone: 206-402-3080

Location: 7717 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
Phone: 206-784-5348

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Geraldine’s Counter

Geraldine’s serves up breakfast as you remember. Order up their pancakes of the day — toppings change daily.

Location: 4872 Rainier Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-420-1649
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Pancake Chef

 

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When you first see Pancake Chef, you may make comparisons to a Waffle House. In reality, however, it first opened in 1959 as part of the Clarks’ Restaurant chain and has been dishing up great meals for nearly 60 years.

Location: 15215 Military Road So., Seattle
Phone: 206-431-9411

CJ’s Eatery

Although their menu is impressive, skip it all and head straight to the pancake section. Indulge in four Swedish-style pancakes and add on blueberries, cinnamon sugar baked apple slices, or pecans.

Location: 2619 1st Ave, Seattle
Phone: 206-728-1648
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