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International House of Pancakes
2410 Summer St, Stamford, CT 06905

This staple of American morning cuisine has endeared itself to the hearts of millions one (forkfull of mouthwateringMore flipped to perfection drenched in your favorite syrup and butter) bite at a time! IHOP does pancakes so well that it has become fashionable to eat breakfast anytime of day.

Simply try the French toast, waffles or one of many signature pancakes including strawberry-banana, chocolate chip, and New York cheescake, and you will kept busy taming tastebuds gone wild. Lunch and dinner menus are available as well. Great food and great service insure that you'll never regret starting or ending your day at the IHOP on Summer Street. 

Springdale Diner
901 Hope St, Stamford, CT 06907
Springdale Dinner is located next to the Springdale train station and is a favorite of many train riders and localsMore alike. Menu items include eggs, omelettes, pancakes in different flavors, waffles, muffins, cereals, breakfast snadwiches, chicken fingers, buffalo wings, steak, lamb chops, London broil, fish & chips, fried clams and shrimp, shrimp scampi, sandwich wraps, salads, wedges and more.  The staff is friendly and the service is great.
Stella's Cafe & Bakery
703 Pacific St, Stamford, CT 06902
Located near the corner of Pacific and Woodland Place (next to Elsie's Unisex Salon), Stella's Café & BakeryMore is the premiere spot for hot, fresh, authentic breads and pastries served up daily.  Stella's offers breakfast, sandwiches, soups and salads—not to mention ethnic specialties like Guatemalan-style chicken chow mein (noodles sautéed with chicken), beef enchiladas and steak or chicken rancheros. The catering menu features hors d'ouveres, pastries and cakes and there is also a kids' menu that includes mini pancakes and chicken cutlets with fries.
IHOP
24 Summer St, Stamford, CT 06901
"Come hungry, leave happy." That's the well-known IHOP slogan—and when the aroma of its famed breakfast plattersMore hits you upon entering its Summer Streetlocation, it's hard not to oblige.  Founded in 1958 (the first IHOP opened in Toluca Lake, CA.), the familiar slanted blue roof of its Stamford restaurant has overlooked Summer Street for more than 30 years. The extensive menu includes everything from its signature pancakes to dinner items, like French onion pot roast and balsamic-glazed chicken.  Call for details about IHOP's specific "Kids Eat Free" hours and details.
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