Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Reagan's House Of Pancakes, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

During our recent visit to Pigeon Forge, we noticed a particular Pancake House was always very crowded in the mornings - which is the only time they are open! (hours 7:00 am to 1:00 pm).  We don't usually eat out for breakfast or lunch while on vacation but the next to last day of our trip I just had to try Reagan's House of Pancakes.  

Reagan's House of Pancakes decorated for Fall!


We were greeted and seated quickly and I must say the interior of Reagan's is cozy and charming!  It was very busy and the staff was constantly on the move.  We spotted the buffet at the rear of the restaurant and we checked it out first.  Once our server arrived to give us coffee we were ready to hit the buffet.  The price is $8.49 for all you can eat.

I love pancakes and they had a huge stack of them, just waiting for me!  To get to the pancakes I had to stroll by the scrambled eggs, grits, biscuits, bacon and sausage. They had three types of syrup and I picked your basic maple.  The pancakes were very good, the syrup was hot and I enjoyed them very much.

My husband is a bacon lover but I don’t fix it for him very often.  Therefore, he helped himself to what I thought was way too much bacon!  He did have some eggs and pancakes to go with the pound of bacon! 

We both made two trips to the buffet and that was nothing compared to some of the other customers who made trip after trip after trip!  But, it is a buffet so there are no limits .Oh and the coffee was very good and it to me the first sign of a good breakfast restaurant! 

You can order off of the menu if you desire.  I gave it a quick glance and decided it was better for me to get the buffet so I could have my fill of pancakes!

It is definitely a family friendly restaurant and it is family owned. No matter which location you visit you will have great food and a great experience.

Reagan’s House of Pancakes, on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is a winner!




Photo belongs to AbbyG