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Downtown Nashville

Downtown Pancake Pantry

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220 Molloy Street
Nashville, TN 37201

615-383-9026

Open Daily
6 am - 2 pm

Hillsboro Village

The Pancake Pantry

1796 21st Ave South
Nashville, TN 37212

615-383-9333

Open Daily
6 am - 3 pm

NOW OPEN
Downtown Nashville

Nashville Tennessee skyline at twilight

220 Molloy St.
Nashville, TN 37201

615-383-9333

Open Daily
6 am - 3 pm

Hillsboro Village

The Pancake Pantry

1796 21st Ave South
Nashville, TN 37212

615-383-9333

Open Daily
6 am - 3 pm

Welcome to Nashville

Nashville Tennessee skyline at twilight

The Pancake Pantry is a must-visit destination for Nashville natives and tourists alike. The 4,200-square foot restaurant features 114 seats inside and 28 on an outdoor patio. Housed in the new 252-room Hyatt Centric Downtown Nashville hotel, which features sweeping views of the Cumberland River, The Pancake Pantry builds upon the hotel’s desire to reflect the character and charm of the city.

While the new SoBro location will feature menu favorites made famous at the original Hillsboro Village eatery, it will offer some new menu items and a different service offering designed for the downtown diner.  Please visit some of our downtown neighbors before or after you dine with us!

Here’s Quick Look at Nashville

Courtesy of VisitMusicCity.com

Visit some of our downtown friends:

Country Music Hall of Fame
Located across the street from Music City Center, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is the definitive home of American music, safeguarding more than 2.5 million priceless artifacts, including countless recordings and photographs, numerous stage costumes, musical instruments, and more.

The Ryman Auditorium
Your visit to this famous National Historic Landmark begins with, “Soul of Nashville,” a new state-of-the-art theater experience that puts you at the center of the Ryman’s fascinating history as more than a century of legendary performances come to life on all around you.

Honky Tonk Highway
Nashville’s Honky Tonk Highway, located on Lower Broadway, is a row of honky tonks pumping live music into the streets from 10am to 3am. One of the best parts: it doesn’t cost a thing. Meaning no cover charge. Meaning save your money for more important things like the tip jar! Because in Music City we understand music should be shared to all.

Welcome to Hillsboro Village

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A Nashville tradition began in 1961 when Robert Baldwin, opened The Pancake Pantry. The idea was to build reputation and menu around a variety of uncommonly good pancakes. Equally important was his desire to develop a friendly, down-to-earth atmosphere that would keep customers coming back time and time again.

Today The Pancake Pantry is part of the vibrant and growing neighborhood of Hillsboro Village.  Please visit some of our friends in the village either before or after you come see us for breakfast or lunch.

Here’s Quick Look at Hillsboro Village

Courtesy of VisitMusicCity.com

Visit some of our friends in the Village:

The Belcourt Theatre
Just steps away behind Pangaea. In the mood for a movie at a theater that’s been open since 1925? You’re in luck! is just steps away and perfect for a post-lunch getaway. Weekend movies start as early as 10 A.M.  This is the only place in Nashville to see independent, foreign and classic films.

Wilder
Located right next to the Pancake Pantry this is the perfect little place to do some shopping while you wait or when you’ve had all the pancakes you can take for one day.

A Village of Flowers
Another one of our next door neighbors, you’ll find some of the prettiest flowers around. Maybe it’s the sweet aroma of pancake syrup that mixes just right with the beautiful scent of roses and tulips that makes this place so wonderful. We’re sure you’ll enjoy yourself.

Welcome to Nashville

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A Nashville tradition began in 1961 when Robert Baldwin, opened The Pancake Pantry. The idea was to build reputation and menu around a variety of uncommonly good pancakes. Equally important was his desire to develop a friendly, down-to-earth atmosphere that would keep customers coming back time and time again.

Today The Pancake Pantry is part of the vibrant and growing neighborhood of Hillsboro Village.  Please visit some of our friends in the village either before or after you come see us for breakfast or lunch.

Here’s Quick Look at Nashville

Courtesy of VisitMusicCity.com

Visit some of our friends in the Village:

The Belcourt Theatre
Just steps away behind Pangaea. In the mood for a movie at a theater that’s been open since 1925? You’re in luck! is just steps away and perfect for a post-lunch getaway. Weekend movies start as early as 10 A.M.  This is the only place in Nashville to see independent, foreign and classic films.

A Thousand Faces
Located right next to the Pancake Pantry this is the perfect little place to do some shopping while you wait or when you’ve had all the pancakes you can take for one day.

A Village of Flowers
Another one of our next door neighbors, you’ll find some of the prettiest flowers around. Maybe it’s the sweet aroma of pancake syrup that mixes just right with the beautiful scent of roses and tulips that makes this place so wonderful. We’re sure you’ll enjoy yourself.

Welcome to
Hillsboro Village

visit

A Nashville tradition began in 1961 when Robert Baldwin, opened The Pancake Pantry. The idea was to build reputation and menu around a variety of uncommonly good pancakes. Equally important was his desire to develop a friendly, down-to-earth atmosphere that would keep customers coming back time and time again.

Today The Pancake Pantry is part of the vibrant and growing neighborhood of Hillsboro Village.  Please visit some of our friends in the village either before or after you come see us for breakfast or lunch.

Here’s Quick Look at Hillsboro Village

Courtesy of VisitMusicCity.com

Visit some of our friends in the Village:

The Belcourt Theatre
Just steps away behind Pangaea. In the mood for a movie at a theater that’s been open since 1925? You’re in luck! is just steps away and perfect for a post-lunch getaway. Weekend movies start as early as 10 A.M.  This is the only place in Nashville to see independent, foreign and classic films.

A Thousand Faces
Located right next to the Pancake Pantry this is the perfect little place to do some shopping while you wait or when you’ve had all the pancakes you can take for one day.

A Village of Flowers
Another one of our next door neighbors, you’ll find some of the prettiest flowers around. Maybe it’s the sweet aroma of pancake syrup that mixes just right with the beautiful scent of roses and tulips that makes this place so wonderful. We’re sure you’ll enjoy yourself.