Sunday, October 12, 2008

IHOP in the making

Lost in the Ozone reports that there's an IHOP soon to open at Liberty Avenue and 98th Street:

IHOP - International House of Pancakes in Ozone Park Nears Opening on Liberty Avenue...

14 comments:

italian girl said...

They shouldn't even bother opening it. IHOP is the biggest waste of money. It's way over-priced and the food they serve isn't even worth it.

Anonymous said...

How did they pick that neighborhood? Hope they have good security.

Anonymous said...

Ever been to the one in Jackson Heights on a weekend morning? Line is out the door into the parking lot. Same demographics in this nabe. They'll do fine. What I don't understand is why the one on Northern Blvd in Little Neck closed.

Jason in Kew Gardens said...

This place has been almost open for a long time now. Who knows what they're waiting for.

italian girl said...

"What I don't understand is why the one on Northern Blvd in Little Neck closed."

Because the people there understand that breakfast at IHOP's means taking in 3000 calories for breakfast alone and it's just not worth it.

Anonymous said...

Damn - it's still not open? They were taking applications for employment like a friggin year ago. What's the hold-up?

faster340 said...

Oh come on chocolate chip pancakes!!!! mmmm mmm..... Comfort food. It's called International House of "Pancakes". I don't go to McDonalds for italian food.

Who cares about calories if you decide to go there!!! You know what you are getting when you go through their doors... If you don't then oh well... I don't need the city to tell me how many calories I am taking in, only morons do! Like the ones who sue McDonalds because they ate it too much and it made them fat as a house and unhealthy!

It's called common sense and moderation.

italian girl said...

faster340 said...
"Oh come on chocolate chip pancakes!!!! mmmm mmm..... Comfort food. It's called International House of "Pancakes". I don't go to McDonalds for italian food."

I agree, some of that stuff is real tasty. But don't you feel super guilty after consuming all those calories? I went there a couple of weeks ago(in Manhasset) and I felt like the food wasn't even that good and we paid like $30and felt gypped. The pancakes were tasteless, cold and burnt bacon and slow service.

There's way too many overweight people walking around. Actually, I'm kind of glad they're posting calories on menus. I don't order half the stuff I used to.

faster340 said...

Why should I feel guilty for enjoying myself once in a while?

True IHOP isn't what it once was and the prices are high but what place isn't! The one I have gone to in Huntington Long Island still makes em good though.

italian girl said...

Buon appetite!

:)

Jason in Kew Gardens said...

Last time I was leaving the IHOP on Rockaway Blvd., three people walked in the door who literally had to have over half a ton between them.

italian girl said...

They probably dine their every day.

Anonymous said...

italian girl said...
They shouldn't even bother opening it. IHOP is the biggest waste of money. It's way over-priced and the food they serve isn't even worth it.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

We go to IHOP in Flushing ocassionally and it always delivers.

Anonymous said...

They should have opened the IHop on Crossbay Blvd. Especially since the Waterview Diner closed.

Talk about opportunity lost...

Anyway, I guess I might try it, even though THAT neighborhood is like RAT CITY!!! ewwwww......