By Brande Poulnot
Halloween is here; be very afraid—and also a little hungry.
Participating IHOP restaurants across the country have brought back one of their most beloved traditions for kids: the “Scary Face” pancake. As a special Halloween treat, on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., participating IHOP restaurants will offer kids 12 and younger a “Scary Face” pancake free—and that’s no trick!
There is a nearby IHOP at 2910 Stonecrest Circle in Lithonia.
Kids 12 and under may order a “Scary Face” pancake and make it into as scary—or funny— a face as they want, according to the press release. The Scary Face pancake comes with one of IHOP restaurant’s world-famous buttermilk pancakes, a whipped topping mouth, a glazed strawberry nose and a set of delicious decorations: two mini-Oreo cookies to create eyes and eight pieces of candy corn to add teeth or fangs. Let those young imaginations run wild!
The “Scary Face” pancake comes with a side order of seasonal fruit and is available until the end of October.