On Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at selected restaurants, IHOP will give away a free short stack of their well-known buttermilk pancakes in observance of National Pancake Day.
Customers who dine in will be the only ones eligible for the limited-time deal.
The West Hollywood IHOP is no longer open.
IHOP will commemorate National Pancake Day this year in tandem with the launch of its new Stacking Up Joy platform, a brand-wide initiative to help combat food insecurity.
During a Month of Giving, IHOP is urging patrons to add $1, $2, or $3 to their checks while dining in or placing online orders in support of Feeding America.
“For every $1 donated to the campaign during the entire month of February, ten meals will be provided to people facing hunger,” a news said.
“Our purpose of spreading more joy to more guests in our communities is why establishing a program like Stacking Up Joy is a natural fit for us, as we support families facing hunger around the country.” Kieran Donahue, chief marketing officer at IHOP, said in a statement.
Additionally, the business collaborated with actress Xochitl Gomez to promote National Pancake Day and IHOP’s Month of Giving.
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Gomez released a statement saying, “I am thrilled to collaborate with IHOP this month for their Month of Giving campaign and in honor of the most wonderful day of the year, National Pancake Day.” “I always loved going to IHOP for dinner with my family and friends while I was growing up. The Month of Giving promotion from IHOP is the ideal way for me to eat at my favorite restaurant, support the local community, and always leave with a big smile on my face.
The chain’s 18th National Pancake Day is in 2024.