22 Varieties of Pancakes and Only Fresh Ingredients Sets Stacks Apart
Stacks of Paramus Pancake House & Café is scheduled to open its doors to the public for the first time in Paramus, NJ on May 25, 2011. Located at 479 Route 17 South, Stacks serves 22 varieties of pancakes, as well as waffles, omelets, burgers, salads, sandwiches, wraps, milkshakes, coffees and other drinks, all in the ultimate family-style environment. Offering a true “change-of-pace” from the fast food eateries littered around the area, Stacks diverse menu of American comfort cuisine, coupled with dining hours that exceed any other area restaurant, will make it a quick favorite in the area.
After a successful launch in Hoboken last December, Stacks has proven that a Pancake House can be upscale, and that pancakes are perfect for any meal during the day. The immediate popularity of Stacks in Hoboken was a strong reason for opening their second location further north.
“Since opening last year, Stacks has been one of the most popular eateries in Hoboken. Numerous North Jersey residents who visited Hoboken asked if we would ever open near them. There is nothing like Stacks in Bergen County, so we expect the same results,” said Andrew Cohen, owner of Stacks Paramus Pancake House & Café.
Filling a void of offering pancakes for dinner, Stacks will bring families, Paramus professionals and the late-night bite crowd together to enjoy delicious food in an upscale, trendy atmosphere. Stacks, will be open all day and night Friday and Saturday, offering the area’s only 24-hour dining option. Stacks is also home-friendly, offering delivery to your doorstep.
Stacks prides itself on the quality of its food. They use only fresh food and ingredients everyday to prepare their meals. Famous for its pancake wraps, one of the most innovative and unique foods you will ever have the pleasure of eating, other popular Stacks dishes include the Belgian waffles and French toast, double-decker deli sandwiches, grill specialties such as a Philly cheese steak, Stack’s burgers and super salads. Lighter alternatives are available and include whole grain and wheat pancakes and egg white omelettes. On the children’s menu you will find pancakes (that come in a variety of shapes: truck, airplane, flower, Mickey Mouse and a ghost), French toast and waffles, hamburgers and chicken fingers.
The location at 479 Route 17 South, right before the Verizon store, was another huge draw for the owners, and reason the restaurant is expected to be busy immediately. Paramus is the main hub of Bergen County business, and Route 17 is most trafficked road in the county. Combining that with the intersecting Route 4 and arteries like the Garden State Parkway, Stacks, is perfectly located to serve all North Bergen County residents and business people with a premier family restaurant experience.