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Author:  Christine [ Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:05 pm ]
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The Golden Griddle on Main St. in North Myrtle Beach is our favourite breakfast spot. The food is great and the service is excellent. Always fast and always friendly. They have the best French toast with whipped butter and warm maple syrup.

Author:  Deanna [ Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:42 pm ]
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Well if they have the best French Toast then why have I never been there. :roll: I am adding it to my food list....

Author:  patrish [ Fri Apr 08, 2011 9:24 pm ]
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Thanks for the review, Christine! I know many of our members are always looking for good breakfast recommendations!

Author:  Lou [ Wed Aug 22, 2012 4:39 pm ]
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we were searching for a place for breakfast and ran across this post.. I did some research and came up with the menu. sounds quite reasonable, and has a variety of items. We aren't into pancakes, so the other choices sound great! would love to hear from more of you who have been here..
http://www.goldengriddlepancakehouse.com/menu.html

Author:  Jan [ Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:07 pm ]
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I'm adding to our list since we could walk there for breakfast :nanner:

Author:  TarHeelboy [ Wed Sep 11, 2013 1:54 pm ]
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There may be better breakfast places out there, but I am not willing to pass on Golden Griddle to find out. When it comes to southern hospitality, GG does it right. The staff is always so friendly and I have never had a complaint about the food. My favorite's are the home fries and french toast. Just imagine yourself for a moment as a piece of that toast, looking up as a blob of butter comes crashing down, followed by a downpour of hot maple syrup. The only thing better would be to lay on the conveyor belt at Krispy Kreme and go under the waterfall of icing with your mouth wide open.

Author:  Jan [ Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:51 pm ]
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TarHeelboy wrote:
There may be better breakfast places out there, but I am not willing to pass on Golden Griddle to find out. When it comes to southern hospitality, GG does it right. The staff is always so friendly and I have never had a complaint about the food. My favorite's are the home fries and french toast. Just imagine yourself for a moment as a piece of that toast, looking up as a blob of butter comes crashing down, followed by a downpour of hot maple syrup. The only thing better would be to lay on the conveyor belt at Krispy Kreme and go under the waterfall of icing with your mouth wide open.



Oh to be one of those hot little round morsels on the conveyor......

Wait, this was about Golden Griddle right? We did stop there last year and the breakfast was fantastic! Can't wait to go there in a couple of weeks :sunny:

Author:  Deanna [ Wed Oct 02, 2013 8:53 pm ]
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Lots of people on the board were talking about the Golden Griddle so I had to give it a try. When we pulled in I couldn't believe the cars. My first thought was oh my this is going to take a while

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It actually only took 10 minutes which was great and the place was really busy. The Golden Griddle is nothing fancy, but the food was good.

Once again I got the French Toast and it was yummy
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My mom got two regular pancakes and one buckwheat pancake. The buckwheat was terrible, but the regular was very good
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My mother & sister in law split a waffle, eggs and bacon
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We enjoyed the Golden Griddle :lol:

Author:  patrish [ Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:31 pm ]
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Deanna, thanks for the review. The bacon looks GREAT! (I hate wimpy bacon!) Thanks for sharking your photos!

Author:  Scott & Misti [ Wed Oct 09, 2013 12:28 pm ]
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I've never seen a Buckwheat Pancake look like that. In fact you could stack 5 to 8 Buckwheat pancakes on top of each other and not be anywhere near that high on the plate. Buckwheat Flower is indigenous to the mountains around us, and a town in the next county hosts a huge Buckwheat Festival every year. Last weekend was the 72nd annual event. The highlight of the festival are the pancake feasts at the Community Center and at churches throughout the county all week, and I've been eating my share for 20+ years. http://www.buckwheatfest.com/ Buckwheat cakes are sour, paper thin, and the picture from the Golden Griddle does NOT look like a true buckwheat cake.

Sorry to hijack the thread, but Buckwheat Pancakes are amazing and should have their own food group!

Scott

Author:  Deanna [ Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:39 pm ]
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Scott,

My mom worked for a resort growing up and she loved their buckwheat pancakes. Her first words were this is not a buckwheat pancake, so I am sure she would agree with you.

Author:  merg01 [ Tue Oct 22, 2013 2:00 pm ]
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Still off topic re buckwheat cakes. I grew up eating buckwheat cakes and they were always thinner than thin. I liked them best after they'd mellowed a few weeks. Mom and Dad kept the buckwheat crock going all winter long.

Thank you for posting the like to the WV festival. I didn't know it existed and since we're in Frederick, MD, it's only a 3 hour ride. It's on my calendar for next year.

Mary Ellen

Author:  ScarletBegonias [ Fri Oct 25, 2013 2:14 pm ]
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Couldn't help but notice Mary Ellen, that you're in frederick! I (and SugarMagnolias) are in Hagerstown! Small world!

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