Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Downtown IHOP

(image courtesy NYDN)
"An anticipated International House of Pancakes that opened in downtown Brooklyn to a swarm of hungry flapjack fanatics Tuesday is owned by a hip-hop producer behind Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige, the Daily News has learned.

Former MCA Records executive Robert Cummins, known to hip-hop fans as Don Pooh, opened the Livingston St. flapjack joint to crowds of hungry customers, who poured by the hundreds into the 50-year-old pancake chain's newest location" (NY Daily News)

IHOP owned by hip-hop stars opens (NY Daily News)


Anonymous said...

Why do the locals who talk about preserving their 'hood always frequent national junk food chains rather than local restaurants? Prime example is the Appleby's on Flatbush across from Junior's. Appleby's is always packed, and Junior's is rarely more than 1/2 full. Why buy food from some tasteless overpriced chain, when you have one of the better local diners in the country across the street?

guyfromdobro said...

I can't disagree with you. i love Junior's. Applebee's is completly worthless. Maybe Applebees is cheaper? I'm not sure.