The building which houses Uncle Bill's Pancake House was originally constructed in 1908. The building has seen an array of businesses set up shop ... More
Uncle Bill's Pancake House
The building which houses Uncle Bill's Pancake House was originally constructed in 1908. The building has seen an array of businesses set up shop there, from florist to real estate, until Uncle Bill McElroy opened this pancake place in 1961. The Van Amburgh family took over a decade later and has since been flipping some of the best flapjacks in South Bay with a smile. Enjoy classic strawberry, chocolate chip and multigrain varieties as well as macadamia nut, cinnamon apple and pumpkin slice, or opt for crispy waffles, famous potatoes, French toast or eggs the way you like them. The value for money breakfast is popular among generations of patrons that call Manhattan Beach their home, making it a community gathering spot of sorts. Pick a table on the outdoor patio with coffee, a good read and friendly vibes.