Terrific news, pancake lovers: IHOP is scheduled to reopen in Findlay in mid-November.
The popular chain is located on Hancock County Road 236, a stone’s throw south of U.S. 224. Closed since 2011, a telltale sign appeared on the front door in early September, bearing the message “IHOP opening late 2016.”
“I can confirm that this location will seat approximately 196 guests, be open from 6am to 10pm (Sunday to Thursday) and from 6am to 12am (Friday and Saturday), and will bring roughly 55 jobs to the community,” said Adam Korn, a spokesman at IHOP corporate headquarters in Glendale, California. “The restaurant will be built with the latest IHOP design specifications and include contemporary touches such as wood-like porcelain floors, our iconic banquette seating, and more,” Korn said.
IHOP operates 33 Ohio restaurants, according to the company website. Korn said the same franchisee owns and operates IHOP restaurants in Lima, Toledo, Holland and Perrysburg.
“In addition to our world famous buttermilk pancakes, the restaurant will offer French toast, hickory smoked bacon, omelettes, International House roast coffee served in the famous IHOP Never Ending Coffee Pot™ and many other breakfast favorites,” Korn described.
“Guests can also enjoy a variety of signature lunch and dinner items like our hand-seasoned burgers, including breakfast-inspired choices like our Denver Omelette Burger, all made with 100 percent USDA Choice beef and served on a Brioche bun,” he stated.
Applicants interested in all Findlay IHOP
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