So let's talk breakfast, well maybe it's lunch and now that I think about it, it may be dinner too. Pancakes are great anytime and one amazing restaurant chain is the Brownstone Pancake Factory. This New Jersey franchise has locations currently in Edgewater, Englewood Cliffs, and Brick New Jersey. According to Brownstone Pancake Factory's Instagram, Coming soon to Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. This is great news for the area with eventually one Brownstone Pancake Factory in Monmouth County (Freehold) and one Brownstone Pancake Factory in Ocean County (Brick).

 

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According to their website, Brownstone Pancake Factory began 45 years ago "THE BROWNSTONE PANCAKE FACTORY is the culmination of one family’s thriving love for the food business and vision for an endearing atmosphere that is so hard to duplicate. The secret has been simple: our family."

Brownstone Pancake Factory describes itself on social media as a "cafe, eatery, bar, pancakes, burgers & insane shakes". If you look at the pancakes they do at Brownstone Pancake Factory they are intense. Dishes like Nutella pumpkin cheesecake pancakes, chocolate and peanut butter pancakes, cookie monster cheesecake pancakes, and funnel cake Nutella pancakes. All these dishes look like a pancake lovers' dream with creative toppings.

 

 

 

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If you have visited Brownstone Pancake Factory in Brick let us know what you thought of their intense pancake line-up. Post your reviews below. The latest Brownstone Pancake Factory is located on Route 9 in Freehold. I grabbed some pics this week while traveling through Freehold.

 

 

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I'm looking at their "New Jersey Breakfast Disco Fries" and I think I need to swing over to Brick and try these out, we are home of the "disco fries" so let's do this lol. Oh and let's make sure there is plenty of coffee on hand for this adventure.

 

 

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