Piles of pancakes at DFW Airport



Travelers passing through Dallas Fort Worth International Airport can get pancakes 24 hours a day now that an IHOP Express has opened in Terminal E.

The first post-security IHOP in an airport, this branch has sit-down and take-out options, a bar serving everything from mimosas and local craft beer to specialty coffee drinks and a menu with sandwiches, omelettes and, of course, stacks and stacks of pancakes.

(Since December, 2013, there also been a pre-security IHOP Express at Hatsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport)

So, like the traveler in this video, there’s now no longer a need to bring your own pancakes to the airport.

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Batter up: IHOP Express opens at ATL Airport


The first IHOP Express in an airport opened at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) on Tuesday, in the pre-security atrium.


Opening Day at IHOP Express. Courtesy Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport


This modern-day version of the iconic pancake-house brand is open 24 hours a day and has seating for 120 people. And in addition to sit-down service, it’s got a “Grab and Go” section, serves beer and wine and – brilliant move – even has a place for diners to store their luggage.

Batter up!